Some would call the events of this weekend ironic. Painful, sad, and so on.
A man who made a name for himself, among with other things, as a driver if really fast cars. Dies in a car apparently going too fast for the roads they were on.

But I tend to think away from the irony in this, and like always look for the good. The message left behind by one, whose life will now be looked upon heavily.

For starters, he must have been wearing a seatbelt. From experience I know that in a crash as this one. Not wearing one would have caused them to be ejected. And in these days and time. There was NO mention of drugs or alcohol playing a factor.

So many young folks today act as if that is the only way to live and function in life. A role model has been given to is here.

A man in the midst off doing good! Vin Diesel described him in a post as, brother. We should remember the good he has left, the drive in his heart. And the spirit with which he lived, right to end.

Can you say the same about your life? Or can someone call you that way, if you died today.


About MedicSmurf

I am a former NY City Emergency Paramedic. Who believes in God, and the love of our Country. A former US Army Medic who believes that life brings us new challenges, adventures, and downfalls. I look to making them all a positive way to grow. being on the bottom is a sign that life still has a chance to go up. ARE YOU?

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    and i was just wondering if you get a lot of spam comments?
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    • medicsmurf says:

      Actually I don’t get very much spam anymore. I was at one point, but can’t really remember what I did to get them to stop. You may check your postings. See where your hits are coming from.


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