The pot of gold at the end of the rainbow?
Finding the buried treasure?
How exciting is it when the secret is revealed to you?
Ever have unexpected moments when important things become surprisingly clearer to you?
How does that make you feel?
Sunday night listening to Miranda Lambert sing, The House That Built Me, on the CMA’s, when she sang, the brokenness is healing, things became surprising clearer.
Of course, being back in Pennsylvania also facilitated this.
There are many of us dealing with suppressed brokenness, which starts to resurface when we return to the place we grew up.
Revolution, the album
The House That Built Me, the song.
Miranda Lambert, the artist.
CMA’s. Country Music Awards.
Album of the Year.
The fans voted this one as the best album for the entire year.
For a reason.
Mind, Body, Spirit, Money.
The big four.
I’m committed to figuring out these four simple concepts, now that I’m into mid-life.
There came a certain mid-life crisis moment, not sure when, that I realized I better start living and quit waiting.
Didn’t want to be guilty of going through the motions, and then finding myself on my deathbed, saying, “I should have”. Or, “I would have”. Or even, “I could have”.
Shoulda, woulda, coulda.
Dangerous words. Poisonous words. Deadly words.
You know the antidote, right?
It’s two simple words. You know this already, right?
I’ll tell you later…….carpe diem, jeff noel 🙂