Is there a difference between what we wish our life was like and what it’s actually like?
Assuming we answer either yes or no:
- If yes, how did we accomplish it?
- If no, why aren’t we accomplishing it?
In the same way society, in general, is uncomfortable talking about death, we are uncomfortable talking about excuses and regrets.
Anyone else find this fascinating?
When we really desire something we figure it out. When it seems too difficult, we create an excuse.
And sometimes, we rebound after our excuses and figure it out anyway.
Wishing you a good path today.
What are you wishing for others?
The same, no?
The only wish bigger than becoming a parent is to become a good one.
Insight: What can take a lifetime to accomplish simply gets us to the next leg of our journey in life.
Can an even bigger wish replace our biggest, most important wish?
Common sense Insight: Never stop dreaming and doing. The road to excellence has no finish line.
My greatest wish? To become a Father. But I didn’t realize it until I was 41. It almost didn’t happen.
What was, or is, yours?
Insight: Better late than never. And even if never, trust God’s plan.