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Blessed Beyond Measure?

A ten word post to inspire and challenge you

Top right, the fill dirt from today’s Mid Life Celebration’s blog post

pebble junction

Perfectly imperfect we are. Broken and beautiful. Blessed beyond measure.

Insight: Be comfortable with people not making the connection to the connections you make – those purposeful yet often unseen or imperceptible.

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How Can You Tell?

Humbled This Morning?

What A Cathedral
What A Cathedral

Indeed.

Writing five blogs from the breezeway in Cinderella Castle at Disney’s Magic Kingdom.

Completely humbled.

And grateful.

The sun has not yet come up, but is on it’s way.

Being in the Magic Kingdom before sunrise is an incredible experience.

Am I in Heaven?

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Blessed Beyond Measure?

Why Be Thankful?

Seriously?

Why be thankful?

Why not?

Why not be thankful? I mean, for everything.

Today, Good Friday, of all days, we have a great opportunity to be thankful.

In fact, maybe we could even try to look at everyday as Good Friday.

Perhaps these three men already do:

Three Wise Men (April 1, 2010)
Three Wise Men (April 1, 2010)

Make Me Cry

A couple days ago, while sitting in Church with my Family, I got teary-eyed three separate times in less than an hour.

Why? Where you sad?

Nope. Happy.

Happy?

Yes. And thankful.

If I have to explain this to you, chances are, you won’t understand.

However, if you don’t understand but would like to, simply scroll down and read yesterday’s blog post.

jeff noel – Blessed & Stressed

jeff noel, blogger, average guy, Father, Husband, teacher, is blessed and stressed after yesterday.

Blessed because I am all those things.

Stressed because I am not all those things.

Yes, my wife and I conducted an excellent Children’s Liturgy of the Word yesterday. Yet stressed, because at the afternoon birthday party, I realized there is a long way to go with helping our son work through his competitive nature.

He actually has a gift. We all do, don’t we?

Some us simply need help unwrapping it. Now, where did I put those scissors.