Nothing is Impossible

Home office bookshelf
Context. Bottom shelf: Christopher Reeve book (left) and framed Time magazine photo (right).

 

Christopher Reeves
Focus.

 

Nothing is Impossible.

First photo, bottom shelf, one of Christopher Reeve’s books.

Second photo: Time magazine cover. His life changed in an instant while riding a horse – paralyzed from the neck down.

The book (pictured on the shelf) is entitled, Nothing is Impossible, is his second. The first is, Still Me.

After the Equestrian accident, his wife, Dana, had to convince him that he was still Christopher Reeve.

She’d say, “You’re still you.”

The second book speaks to his goal of being the first quadriplegic to walk.

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Is it worth your defense?

disney attention to detail
Tarnished (attitude).

 

disney attention to detail
Polished (attitude). The difference is metaphorically dramatic.

 

Holidays and year-end work stuff challenge us in ways that are gold-medal stressful.

Is it worth your defense?

What?

Your attitude?

Is it worth defending?

If it is, or if it isn’t, you’re in charge.

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12 days went by fast

Many Glacier Hotel
Yes, it’s this striking.

 

Nearly two weeks away from home.

The original trip on November 1st was booked without a return flight, and we eventually booked the return for November 6, which was two days after Dad’s funeral.

Little did we know that Mom wouldn’t be strong enough to attend Dad’s viewing and funeral.

In fact, it happened fast – Mom went to be with Dad the very next day.

Six days apart.

Allegiant Air made it easy to rebook our flight for yesterday evening, two days after Mom’s funeral.

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The older you get

Colorful Church windows
Yesterday, Saturday November 11, 2017.

 

Getting old is wonderful.

Feeling old is not.

Getting old is a privilege many never experience.

It also comes with a personal responsibility to keep learning, doing, and refining what we hold on to and what we let go of.

Memories are nice, but never let them be bigger than your dreams.

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Your job is to love your attitude

Glacier National Park entrance sign
Only the inspired inspire. Inspired people nurture and grow their energy/inspiration sources.

 

Your job is to love your attitude.

If you don’t love your attitude and you are easily equipped with reasons excuses reasons why you don’t, you have a huge opportunity to slowly transform your life.

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