Told our Son (15) the other day when we were talking about talent, i reminded him that i don’t believe i have talent, i believe that i have determination. Determination to do what i say i’m gonna do. In the end, talent cannot trump determination; not in the long run.
i go through cycles where i can’t comprehend what’s happening and other times i just write without thinking too much about the frequency and duration.
But when i do hone in on the reality of the frequency and duration, it absolutely boggles my mind.
Five daily, differently-themed blogs – was determined to do it 100 consecutive days beginning April Fools Day 2009.
Somehow the determination to see how many days in a row, without missing a single day, has morphed into nearly seven years worth.
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Some Mid Life Celebration blog readers get it (and stay) and some don’t (and leave). It was the same for Jesus too. But no matter. Boomers, if we let what other people think stop us from doing what’s on our faithful heart, no great and important things would ever get done.
The Internet’s Only Five-A-Day Blogger, jeff noel would also like everyone to know this too, the harder you work, the luckier you get. Boomers, if jeff has to explain this one to you, you better start paddling.
If it sounds to good to be true, it probably is. My friend Dennis says anything that becomes cliche, does so because it’s true. jeff noel says, the long way is the short cut. Boomers, go ahead, tell noel he’s lying.
The effort required to live in our world without wisdom seems disproportionate to the effort required to gain wisdom. The effort to gain wisdom is indeed, significant. Yet the effort to live without wisdom seems so overwhelming that we would never allow it to happen.