What song did you pick?
Two days ago, I asked, “If your life were made into a movie, what would be the featured song?”
Okay, so I have a confession. This question is too difficult to answer without considerable thought.
I mean, it will be the song featured on your movie’s soundtrack, right?
My other challenge? I’m sort of a music connoisseur and have way too much to choose from. Most of us are like that – the love of music.
Think about it and I’ll see you tomorrow.
Ever heard someone say what you say, but in a different way?
How’d it feel?
Some might feel threatened, because they thought their thoughts were original.
Some rejoice because it validates their thinking and belief system.
For me, it’s the latter.
Click here to go to Brian K. Rice, and his LeadershipConnextions blog. Brian quotes some of Gail Sheehy’s thoughts on Mid Life.
The purpose here today is simple – provide you with links, offering the same thing using different words.
PS. Tomorrow, we’ll revisit yesterday’s question.
First thing on the list today, inspired by the Third Day song I’m currently listening to:
- THANK YOU Mid Life Celebration readers for visiting
It’s simply joyful to know that so many people visit each day. Your visits humble me, inspire me.
Second thing on the list: If a movie was made of your life, what song would be featured?
If it’s easier, what top two or three songs? Hard to pick just one.
“Always be ready to give an explanation to anyone who asks you for a reason for your hope, but do it with gentleness and reverence.” — Saint Peter
Perhaps hope is elusive to us during a midlife crisis.
Perhaps hope surrounds us during a midlife celebration.
All this time, I’ve been asking you to think about your answer to the simplest, but most important question a young person may ask you.
Are you inspired enough now to come up with your own unique and special answer?
Easy to remember.
Easy enough for others to remember it.
But not powerful enough to get others motivated to think long enough, and hard enough, to do anything about theirs.