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We inadvertently create more dreams

Chick-fil-A bag
Our fire dims and becomes tiny and nearly invisible, like the “i” in Spicy (above).

 

Normally, when we set out to chase our big dream, we inadvertently create more dreams in hopes of catching something easier that will eventually bring us to the lofty happiness of our original dream.

The hard work to make dreams come true often isn’t very dreamy.

So we stop dreaming.

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Protecting our attitude requires 100% determination

Buddha quotes
Photo: Facebook screen shot yesterday.

 

Protecting our attitude requires 100% determination.

Once we cave, it’s over.

Talk about ‘the walking dead’.

And when we never cave, talk about the strength.

Wow!

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Life’s twin secrets to success

Movie tagline for Hillsong
No. Awaken everything. Spirit is only one of life’s five big choices.

 

Focus and discipline is the key to life. Personally and professionally. Spiritually, mentally, physically.

Shhhh, it’s a big secret.

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A primitive weapon to fight midlife crisis

Mid Life Celebration book
Wisdom come from experience. Experience comes from making mistakes.

 

The best and easiest way to combat a midlife crisis is to:

Reduce our expectations to zero.

Natural reaction to this is, “Are you crazy, there’s no way.”

Remember this truth:

We see what we want to see.

When we expect nothing, everything becomes a gift.

Gratitude reigns down.

We don’t believe we are worthy of this wonderful overload of goodness.

But, my dear friends, we are.

You are.

Whether you believe it or not.

A midlife celebration.

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Midlife repetition is the mother of all excellence or not

Sunrise looking west (instead of East)

 

(photo: Unusually early thunderstorm clouds at 7am… cut the run short to only one mile)

We’ve heard the first two over and over, but the third one?

If not you, who?
If not now, when?
If not at all, why?

Midlife repetition is the mother of all excellence.

Or maybe not.

Every dang day?

If we desire excellence, you know, thriving, then yes.

Neglect and excuses are the other (unintentional) option.

Daily habits either way?

Yes.

Never forget that.

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