Yesterday was remarkable in multiple seemingly insignificant ways.
First, the woman walking with arms outstretched – was she filled with joy or filled with sorrow?
The Sand Hill Crane, missing a foot, how did it happen, how long ago did it happen, and is it feeling grateful to be alive?
The Chinese physician was grateful for the opportunity to visit Magic Kingdom for 90 minutes yesterday after lunch.
On the drive home from High School, while purchasing fruit, the word regret jumped out at me.
Everything i do is designed, in large part, to eliminate regret.
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Yesterday, did what i said, and the way i said it, matter?
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Could this be an animal’s mid life celebration? This is a remarkable look at what can happen when we break from the herd mentality and embrace our authentic self, unashamed.
Remember yesterday when we said tomorrow? Go.
PS. Still glowing from going (with the book).
Wishing you the best day.
Truly, each day is an interesting proposition.
To be remarkable or to be on autopilot?
Being remarkable really calls on our best efforts.
The good news is that remarkable has cruise control.
Go, fly, soar, be amazing, have fun, make a difference.
And do one small thing that scares you.
Then set it on autopilot and do the same thing everyday.