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Final 120 Days

Be open minded (always)

Wild Goose Island
Wild Goose Island inspires many people to self-reflect.

Be open minded.

Always?

There are exceptions to literally every rule.

Your gut will tell you when to not be open minded.

Today’s posts will try to capture the essence of a weirdly freaky experience the began Wednesday May 1, 2019 and culminated yesterday, Tuesday May 7.

A meaningful benefit of daily writing for a decade is the opportunity the writer is given to “think on paper”.

WordPress, thank you for providing the perfect writer’s tools for long-term daily writing and publishing. Of course, self-reflection is the catalyst for 3,700+ consecutive days.

Son, thank you for being a wise counsel.

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This website is about our MIND. To read today’s post about our BODY, click here.

If you want to stay on this site and read more posts from this Blog, click here.

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Recommit

What would you do if money where no object?

(this is what a post would look and feel like without a photo)

 

If money was no object…

 

i’d start every day praying, reading, reflecting, writing.

And as i did those things, i’d wait patiently and joyfully for the sun to rise each morning.

i’d walk away from things and people that, intuitively, didn’t feel right.

Wait.

i’m already doing those things.

Over to you, if money was no object…

 

(hint: scroll down six more lines of text to reach link to next themed question…i write daily on five different sites: mind • body • spirit • money • hq)

 

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On April Fool’s Day 2009, jeff noel began writing five daily, differently-themed blogs (on five different sites). It was to be a 100-day self-imposed “writer’s bootcamp”, in preparation for writing his first book. He hasn’t missed a single day since.

This website is about our mental attitude. To easily and safely leave this site to read today’s post on jeff’s physical health website, click here.

 

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Outlasting Fear

If You Never Ask For The Date, The Answer Is Always…

Of course we don't know what's up ahead.

The fear of rejection is so prevalent in our lives we miss many potential life changing opportunities and live with the nagging regret of lost “what if’s”.

Insight: Nothing ventured, nothing gained. Dear Son, trust me on this one.

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