You won’t know until you try

Lifebridge Church Windermere
Yesterday’s 9 am service…8:55 am…nearly empty Church.


Lifebridge Church Windermere
Interesting how consistent late arrivals are across denominations.


You won’t know until you try.

If there was a Catholic Church near us, it would be a no-brainer to switch from our current Parish. Of course it would be difficult. Such is life.

Teaching a 16-year old you’ll never know if you don’t try.

We teach best done through our example.

Since there isn’t a Catholic Church close to our home, we are exploring the two Churches nearest to our home – one 100 meters away, the other is two miles away.


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No Dreams Come True If We Don’t Try, Fail, Try Again

Yesterday, Jack and I returned from Providence, Rhode Island…

It was fun to practice a speech in the Capital Building.

This morning’s post (below) had an intent you might have missed. Goals and dreams we have remaining are either:

  1. Newer goals, based on shifted priorities
  2. Old, important, tough goals, we don’t want to abandon

Our goals are different. Our desire the same. I simply want the power of a personal example to help you with real life in real time. I had nothing on the 1st 20 pages on Google. You can see the results for yourself – and know there is no theory preached here.

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What Do You Want From Me?

Who's World Is It?
Who's World Is It?

Asking for advice is a funny thing. It may even be an addiction. As long as we keep asking for answers, does that give us some sick type of permission to avoid doing anything? Better to trust your own intuition and try things and learn what works and what doesn’t. Do more of what works and less of what doesn’t.

When everyone else is searching for answers, better to seek the right questions.

Once you ask the right questions, your answers will take care of themselves.

Quit waiting, and wanting, to be spoon fed.

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Mid Life Change Eh?

“To be human is to change.  To be perfect is to change often.” Henry Newman

Heard this last Sunday at Church.  It resonated. I immediately wrote it down, because it reminds me what I’m trying to say at Mid Life Celebration.

Mid Life Celebration, or as some say, mid life crisis, is a time to:

  1. Rethink
  2. Reprioritize
  3. Recommit

The above three also happen to be the tag line here at Mid Life Celebration, which is two years old now.

That’s all it is. Do those three. And then start the process over again.

PS.  The domain name is two years old, but I’ve been using the phrase in a variety of ways for 11 years, since my mid life crisis celebration began.