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This might change your life

HomePod ordering
At the gym, roughly 930am, Apple HomePods finally went on sale. Bought two of them while doing core work.

 

This might change your life.

What?

Using technology to become ever more organized.

Why?

To create more time for health and wellness.

In this case, spiritual health.

“But i don’t have time” is an excuse we need to slay.

Go.

 

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One Question A Day?

Will there ever be a time when it’s publicly cool?

Apple Watch reveal by Tim Cook
Apple Watch went on sale April 10. It’s available today April 24, 2015.

 

Today the Apple Watch goes live to the public. Lots of Apple fanatics geeks going crazy.

When will being a Jesus Freak geek be publicly cool?

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The biggest reason why Christianity gets a bad rap from some

Dented MacBook Pro case
One small dent ruins the entire Apple MacBook

 

One bad apple does not spoil the whole bunch, or does it?

Christianity is such a lofty aspiration – to be a good and decent person all the time.

Yet we are flawed individuals. Every last one of us.

Weirdly, and inappropriately, we expect Christians (or Muslims, etc) to be perfect.

There in lies the negative stereotype dilemma.

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Military Man or Angel?

Yesterday’s post ended with, “Five minutes later, he was an angel.”

However our encounter started an hour earlier. When I first approached him, he was having breakfast in the small food court. We were the only people there at the time.

I asked him permission to say something and, of course, he graciously granted it.

After sharing a very simple thank you with him – and I may have mentioned my Dad (Korean War) and Father-in-law (WWII) both served – we both smiled and went on about our morning.

About an hour later, totally by chance we end up sitting together for 3-4 minutes right before boarding.

The plane was a smaller regional jet and, being in Zone 1 (first boarding) I walked out on the tarmac and up the steps (like the President does) to get on the jet.

It was there that panic set in. “My phone! Where’s my phone? Oh no! I can’t be missing my phone. I’ve got to find it!”

As I was about to have a meltdown, and was walking the opposite way to get off the plane to go back inside the terminal, the Military Man, my new Angel, was holding it out in his hand.

God is good! 🙂

I’m Afraid of Success

I’m afraid of success. I think. Not sure exactly.

In teaching yesterday afternoon, here in St Louis, while my colleague was speaking, I had these little moments where I did a quick inventory of my life.

It went something like this.

“Am I a living example, a role model so to speak, of the concept I just spoke about”?

There’s a “thing” I have with many professional speakers – much talk, little action. I’d like to be a professional speaker with much action and little talk.

I poured myself out, giving everything I had, emotionally, to our audience yesterday. So much so, that I was nauseous after the five hour program. In the van ride back to our hotel, thought I might vomit in front of all my peers.

I took some advil, rested, found something I thought I could stomach from the room service menu, and waited. Eating enough to satisfy my hunger and long enough for the advil to work, my severe headache faded away.

While this was happening, I checked Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Apple and Earthlink email.

Came across a great You Tube video link to a Paul Coleman song. And from there, found this Brandon Health song. It’s the type of song Z88.3 plays (see July 14 post).

Here it is: Give Me Your Eyes

There are times when I feel like what I do will only matter if everything I get, I get so I can give it to someone who needs it more.

Ya with me? Think I’m crazy? Carpe diem, jeff noel 🙂