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Stuck At Sea

Nassau The Bahamas

What if you were stuck out at sea for a couple days? And by stuck, let’s define it as a safe, functional ship, but you are not able to get home for a few days.

Our minds almost automatically go to a negative situation. This is how we learn.

The significance of how we are conditioned is profound.  We seem unaware of this reality, especially the chance to rethink and reshape our auto-response.

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By jeff noel

Retired Disney Institute Keynote Speaker and Prolific Blogger. Five daily, differently-themed personal blogs (about life's 5 big choices) on five different sites.

5 replies on “Stuck At Sea”

Stuck at sea, for a few days, on a safe and functional ship. I’d think that would be glorious. Like a snow day. Nothing you can do but, bundle up, relax and enjoy a day or two together.

A snow day — without the shoveling or the sledding, unless you have a water slide at your disposal. We are expecting 12 inches of the winter stuff midweek. 🙂 Is that good or bad?

There’s a good chance of water slide photos in tomorrow’s forecast.

Twelve inches of snow sounds Heavenly, unless you have to drive something in it, other than a snow mobile, or dog sled…

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