Yesterday on the flight to Seattle from Orlando, I chatted with a delightful young woman. She and her husband have been married for over four decades.
We talked about life’s big choices and finding a purpose. It was interesting to hear her say she was still uncertain.
My big, unconventional goal in life is to become the kind of person my Dog thinks I am.
Knowing I’d be working long hours today, today is a planned day of active rest.
“Opera is when a guy gets stabbed in the back and, instead of bleeding, he sings”. — Ed Gardner
Workaholics rarely have courage for self-confrontation. We’re too busy trying to control things and control life. If we pause long enough to notice the bleeding, we might have to change who we are.
Panic attack, right? When will we take time to:
Probably never. Am I wrong?
Or maybe when the phone rings, “Honey, it’s for you, it’s your wake up call”.
All three judges are in mid-life. They’re judging a six-year old little girl. Hardly seems fair. Odds are stacked against her.
Over 42 million You Tube views for this clip. If it doesn’t make you smile, please consider watching it again. Click here to play.
Thanks to my long-time friend and former Disney colleague, Dave, for sending the link. He knew I’d be amazed and grateful. He was right. I highly recommend his blog – disney dave
Today, I promise to take every opportunity I can to be really nice, and kind, to as many people as possible. Who knows how many more days we’ll get the priviege to do that? Carpe diem, jeff noel 🙂