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Mid Life Crisis Prayer

My Mid Life crisis prayer?

It’s simple. It came to me one day as I thought about, “What prayer could we say every night at dinner that would hold the “meaning of life” for our young son“?

“We pray for Peace in our soul, Joy in our spirit, and Love in our heart. For all our Family, all our friends, and especially all those people less fortunate“.

Have a great day. Wishing you Peace, Joy and Love. Carpe diem, jeff 🙂

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Happy Earth Day!

If there was ever something to be thankful for at mid-life, Mother Earth has to be at the top of any list. Seriously.

I’m thankful for EARTH!

In general, humans take Earth for granted. I hope to take my young son to see the new Disney’s Earth movie at the local theater before the weekend’s up. It looks spectacular.

Did you get any exercise yesterday? Read or learn? Pray? Save or grow your money?

Life is hard. I’m grateful for a thankful heart. What good are our gifts if we don’t use them and try to help others? And, maybe, if all we do is try to set a good example – maybe that’s enough to help others. Let’s hope so. Carpe diem, jeff 🙂

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Mid-Life problem or Mid-Life challenge?

Mid-Life problem or Mid-Life challenge?

I’d like to refer you to lane8.org/?p=185

I was about to label a situation hopeless, when it occured to me, “There’s got to be a better way.”

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Lane 8, are you kidding me?

Lane 8, are you kidding me?

Nope.

Why would anyone want lane 8?

Please forgive me, but it just feels compelling to suggest you check out yesterday’s post at: www.lane8.org/?p=138

It’ll reveal my answer.

Dream big. Get there. Stay there. If you don’t, who will? Carpe diem, jeff noel 🙂

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Genkvetch

Senior websites?

Yep. Here’s a few in today’s Orlando Sentinel article:

www.orlandosentinel.com/sfl-flpkvetch0321sbmar21,0,4771340.story

The article doesn’t include links, so they’re provided here for your curiousity and convenience.

www.genkvetch.com
www.seniorocity.com
www.thirdage.com
www.seniorpeoplemeet.com

Personally, I didn’t log in or register at any of them. I didn’t want to have to. Plus, I think I’m too young. Is that crazy?

The article states only 7% of seniors belong to social networks, while a full 75% of 18-24 year olds do. Get the picture?

We don’t stop doing things because we get old. We get old because we stop doing things.

Go do something “young” or “youthful”. But don’t hurt yourself. Safety first!

Make it a GREAT day, because if you don’t, who will? Carpe diem, your Mid-Life Wellness expert, jeff noel