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Common Sense

Doing nothing

Mt Wilbur
Glacier National Park Many Glacier valley looking West toward Mount Wilbur at 9,326 feet tall.

Being brave may separate you from people who aren’t as brave.

Not everyone wants you to be successful.

They’ll never tell you, and their efforts to sabotage you may or may not be consciously applied.

Yet the efforts are applied nonetheless.

Your success directs you and your resources away from them, generally.

Be careful not to use this phenomenon as an excuse to wait and do nothing.

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Hope

Consistently attacked by a busy schedule?

Hang glider failure
On ABC Evening News with David Muir last night, a report of a tourist mishap during a Swiss Alps hang gliding flight.

 

Hang glider failure
The pilot failed to strap the tourist to the hang glider. It took a while until the pilot could land the aircraft. The tourist broke his wrist on the fall and tore his bicep – how he hung on for so long is a miracle. They were at heights that had he lost his grip he would have died. Was the pilot in a hurry?

 

The drive to do good is consistently attacked by the pressure and stress of a busy schedule.

It is infinitely easier to succumb to this daily pressure using the three main human go-to responses to reduce or eliminate the friction (pain).

Distraction, entertainment, and medication.

This becomes a habit quickly.

Be careful.

Better to fight it while the fire is small than after it has become a raging wildfire.

 

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Dear Boomers

Disney University bike ride

Disney University classes
Yesterday’s bike ride to DU.

 

There’s foul language in America that gets classified as socially acceptable.

“That’s just the way it is.”

Rubbish.

Can you imagine Walt Disney saying that?

Can you imagine one of Walt Disney’s associates telling Walt Disney that?

You can see how with a certain mindset, the statement is absolutely rubbish.

Your mindset is hungry for positive karma.

You know this.

Have fun with it.

 

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Please don't tell me

Everyone is going through a hell no one knows about

perspective
How much money do you need, and where do you need to go to get new experiences? At 21, i left Pennsylvania on a bicycle with $75 cash and no credit cards and no checkbook. Saw many things, places, and people outside of my Pennsylvania hometown.

 

There is a great equalizer in life.

You’ve probably heard of the prince (“rich”) and the pauper (“poor”).

Here’s the equalizer, no matter your place in society…

Everyone is going through a hell no one knows about.

 

Excuses are simply a crutch to justify feeling stuck.

You don’t have to hold on to a dream you think you’re supposed to have.

Seriously, i had $75 to my name and traveled 1,100 miles through nine states – on a bicycle.

In my opinion, the person’s comment in the photo is either trolling-bait for a reaction or an excuse to justify not taking risks.

Creativity is your gift to modify, challenge, and raise your expectations.

PS. As a bonus, another no-cost option: talk to everyone you meet…on the bus, on the sidewalk, in line at the store, in the library, etc, etc….you don’t even need to travel to get diverse perspectives.

 

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Dear Son

Trust yourself

poor ATT connection
Our ATT connection in our home and surrounding area is poor. The three bars you see upper right is misleading.

 

Trust yourself.

What else can you do?

And if you haven’t learned to trust yourself, you should take more risks, make more mistakes, and grow your experience.

How else will trust come to you?

Have fun with this.

And have your first aid kit handy.

They’re called growing pains for a reason.

 

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