After 16 years of delivering Food For Families on the mornings of Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter, the purpose is finally starting to bloom. Our son (now 15) is gradually having a broader view of the world and can tangibly realize that helping people in need is a good and decent thing to do.
This website is about our spiritual health. To leave this site to read today’s post on my career health website, click here.
In order to simplify teaching my son life’s basics, Life’s Big Choices are what Midlife Celebration has categorized as the five big areas requiring great focus, energy and commitment.
Within each category are many decisions. Take our mental responsibility for example: Who will we hang out with? Will we curse, gossip, lie? What will we read? What will we watch? How will we train ourselves to react to life’s never-ending challenges? Will we find the good, or the bad, in every situation? Will we become positive or negative? And so on…