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If we know this to be Gospel truth, why do we act so much like we don’t know?

Dad and Son enjoying special moments at birthday party
Not sure what he was doing, but it sure makes me smile looking back

 

Son looking over Dad's shoulder as he reads his birthday card
Hand written notes from young children are priceless

 

Dad making big surprised face after opening young Son's birthday card
surprise!

 

Son looking over Dad's shoulder as he reads his birthday card
Son looking over Dad’s shoulder as he reads his birthday card

 

If we know this to be Gospel truth, why do we act so much like we don’t know?

There are no do-overs

Life is not a dress rehearsal. Let’s spend the next 12 hours living like we mean it! Why not? Right?

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By jeff noel

Internet's only five-a-day blogger, leaving a trail for our son. This is about putting the spirit of Love at the center of your life. It may be God, Allah, Mohammed, Buddha, Yahweh, etc. For me, it's Jesus.

2 replies on “If we know this to be Gospel truth, why do we act so much like we don’t know?”

love love love your blog…your attitude…your spirit…your energy…your kindness…your wisdom…your generosity…and lots more…jeff noel…you’re a keeper!
…and oh-so-inspirational!
big ((hugs))

Wow Jan, what a blessed way to end the day. Just closing down the laptop when your comment came in…

Thank you Jan, your energy and enthusiasm is contagious. And your visit here is really a wonderful surprise.

Was just thinking this morning (I swear) how you took us (your DVR front office team) to AMC Pleasure Island to see Lion King when it first came out.

Calling our formal meeting off and surprising us with a remarkably brilliant team builder to simply go watch a movie that OUR company produced.

Inspiring.

Peace and blessings immeasurable. 🙂

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