Happiness is attained through a commitment to yourself.
Now the harder question: which was better, the experience; or the memory of the experience?
As we age, our tolerance for risk goes up.
What is the one word that accurately defines the pandemic experience for you?
For most of us, that passion is right in front of us. It’s totally obvious to everyone… but us. It’s the equivalent of having spinach in your teeth.
Culturally, we are struggling to understand what modern friendships look like.
We don’t really age in our minds.
With so much toiling, are we looking for answers in the right places?
Being brutally honest and sharing frightening and unflattering things about our lives is difficult.
Everyone wants to know why people act the way they do. But few people are ever willing to look at their own behavior.
Let’s seek to find ways to play more, worry less and find the joy in life’s revolving doors.
Something I’ve learned is that you can’t rush the outcome or force a solution.
We cannot grow unless we move from order to disorder to reorder.
Apparently, when people are uber-stressed they seem to make big decisions more easily.
Perhaps this global pandemic is causing us to more carefully contemplate our own mortality.
Everything – every breath, every encounter – is a God moment simply waiting to be recognized.