Giving as a way of life

Ubered home from Disney’s Contemporary Resort.

Giving as a way of life.

Giving to yourself.

Giving to your Family.

Giving to your colleagues.

Giving to your community.

Giving to the world.

Any of the above are challenging to do when you are not decently organized.

Even more out of reach is doing them all when not decently organized.

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Organized to serve both

Living near Disney
Yesterday’s view while trimming a few trees.


Thanksgiving began with us serving others and ended with us serving each other. Cheryl and i did stuff around the house that we enjoy, but rarely seem to have time to enjoy. And by enjoy, i mean to do these things at an un-rushed pace – at a rhythm of life pace, not some “i need to check this off my list so i can move to the next thing” pace.




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Little Moments Of Brilliance Happen In Our Lives All The Time, But We’re Usually Too Busy To Notice

People may wonder, or not, why I’ve written 5 daily blogs for 930+ consecutive days. Primarily, to leave a trail for our young son in case something bad ever happens to me. Secondarily, to help people think, smile and be grateful.

Every dream starts out in the wilderness and often, the path traveled is unpredictable. Just now, I discovered a heightened sense of why I blog:

I can not hide my love for God and Jesus. And at the risk of offending some people, I have a renewed spring in my step. After watching Nick Vujicic, how can we not?

Why Only 3%?

Look A Little Closer...
Look A Little Closer...

Because at the end of the day, without beating around the bush, only three percent of humans are driven enough to be transformational game changers.

And this is true in the most basic of circumstances, changing ourselves.

Let it begin with me.

Let it begin with you.

We can readily see (we humans are such critics, eh?) the plank in another’s eye and go a lifetime without seeing our own.

Mother Teresa & Jimmy Buffett

Mother Teresa & Jimmy Buffett hold very special places in my heart.  They seem to have nothing in common, right?

And yet I have aspirations to be like both.

Everyday I wake up with the grandiose goal to save the world – you know, to serve the poorest of the poor.

And each day I also want to savior the world – you know, Carpe Diem, seize the day.  Enjoy life for all it’s worth.

This makes it hard to plan the day.