When habits are changed, new life is born

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(photo: The smallest of details on the left, the date. Last night at 10:49pm Autumn officially began… and yet it’s New Year’s day)

Happy Autumnal Equinox!

Not the salutation we’d expect on January 1, 2015.

Feeling on fire with anticipation today?

That’s the magic of challenging the way we’ve always done things.

Writing this on September 23, 2014, it’s so easy to taste the future yet savor the current moment and the days ahead.

Like double dipping.

Last January 1st, as an experiment in humility, began omitting key words:

I, my, me, or mine.

A major life transition is something we wait for all our lives.

When habits are changed, new life is born

But if we don’t find creative, purposeful ways to change, guess what happens?


A year from now we’ll wish we had started something today.

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Just Another Day

Celebrate Fall
Celebrate Fall

Today is just another day on the calendar – September 22, 2010. It is also the first day of Fall. So what? Exactly the point. We go through our lives, and day by day, we find distractions that hide life’s simple pleasures.

We have come to know the true meaning of life when we learn to enjoy the passing of time. Noticing this seasonal change is more challenging in Central Florida. Leaves won’t start to change for 2-3 more months.

So I’ve been teaching our son (10) that we celebrate Fall’s arrival the first day the temperature starts with a six. We haven’t seen 69 degrees since April. There is definitely a difference.

It will be here soon. Will anyone notice?

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