It’s taken me nearly 50 years to fully embrace what Easter is all about.
How long did it take you?
Do you even embrace Easter?
It’s certainly no one’s place to judge another, whether they celebrate Easter or not.
I just wanted to reinforce that a Mid Life Crisis is a perfect time to start thinking about celebrating something.
Finding something to celebrate, even in the midst of “a great depression”, could be the very thing that helps you survive and maybe even thrive. It has for me. Carpe diem, jeff 🙂
Mid Life Celebration for:
- The Entrepreneur
- The Newly Retired
- The Awakened Soul
- The Recovering Soul
- The Dying
- The Healing
- The Empty Nesters
- The Deniers
A thought-provoking insight from Helen Keller, who was born deaf, dumb and blind:
“Character cannot be developed in ease and quiet. Only through experiences of trial and suffering can the soul be strengthened, vision cleared, ambition inspired and success achieved“.
Today, I commit to not letting the obvious, like the insight here, be invisible to me.
Make today another day to focus your commitment on the obvious, but mostly invisible, laws of nature.
Mark Victor Hansen writing tips:
Changing the world, one story at a time
Born Jan 8
Star Trek fan
Guinness Book of world records record holder, non-fiction
Inside Edge Jack & Mark
Andrew Carnegie – hand up or hand out
Dad was a baker – didn’t add skills
Can read 4,000 words a minute (?)
Stories must touch your heart
Write “Intoxicated, edit sober”
19 million books 1st year Teenage soul
edit 9 times
“And how, you ask, are we to walk the spiritual path? We answer: say little, and love much; give all; judge no man; aspire to all that is pure and good“. — White Eagle
Make it a great Mid-Life day. It’s our attitude and our choice. Always is and always will be. It’s the one thing we do have control over.
PS. No one ever promised it would be easy. When I start feeling like my path is hard, I think of, or click on, Nick Vujicic.
Carpe diem, jeff noel 🙂