Can a once a year tradition and daily traditions transform us?

Food For Families Thanksgiving Day deliveries


(photo: Boxes of food waiting to be delivered to needy families on Thanksgiving morning 2014 – two days ago)

Do you have end of the year holiday traditions?


For how long?

How’d they start?

Why do you keep them alive?

Ever do something for so long you start to take it for granted?

Maybe, right?

What about daily traditions? Is there such a thing?

What about attitude traditions?

Say, making a tradition of subsituting challenge or opportunity in place of problem?

Can a once a year tradition and daily traditions transform us?

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PS. One more day of ‘first month retirement’.

jeff noel Shares A Mid Life Celebration Christmas Tradition Different From Yesterdays

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Mid Life Celebration Invites You To Share A Special Christmas Tradition

Milk & Cookies For Santa. Santa Always Leaves A Special Note For Our Son & Something For Our Dog

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