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Take the weather with you

Clouds and wind moved in as soon as we arrived at Grinnell Glacier for lunch. It got uncomfortably cold for us. Gem (formerly a glacier) pictured here showing dark clouds coming from West of the Continental Divide.
Super close to four Mountain Goats yesterday on our descent.

What does it mean to take the weather with you?

That no matter the actual weather, you illuminate your spirit in such a way, it feels like a perfect Chamber of Commerce day.

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It was the beginning of an adventure

Love this moment in Waterton, Canada.

It was the beginning of an adventure.

An adventure to find happiness, in a gamble that things can’t fail.

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Sparsely-populated circle of trust

Going to the Sun Road is empty from Logan Pass west to Avalanche Creek, due to road-sealing work from September 16-29, 2019. Photo: between Rim Rock and Logan Pass, three days ago.
Looking West during a brief pause in the rain. The cold and wind could have cared less about the rain.
On the short walk to Highline Trail’s rim rock cable section, we looked down at the remarkable colors.
Zooming in, the rocks, trees, and shrubs orchestrated an inspiring Fall pallete.

Trust is the most important virtue i seek in others.

It’s probably other’s most important virtue they seek in me.

Our trust circle is small.

Sparse.

Like a Glacier National Park trail in late September, it’s a lonely place yet stunningly beautiful.

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2 L’s and 2 R’s

Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.

2 L’s and 2 R’s:

  • Launch
  • Learn
  • Revise
  • Repeat

These four steps are your template for continuous improvement.

Today is a great day for a great day.

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Diversity of perspective

White board at Glacier Park Lodge front desk yesterday.

Truth or dare.

If a person doesn’t have balance in their life, it is difficult (impossible?) for me to believe their espoused convictions.

Why?

If you can’t find harmony between mind, body, spirit, work, and home, you immediately tell me you struggle with the basics.

Therefore, unwavering spiritual convictions, for example, have me doubting your ability to see the diversity of other spiritual and religious dogmas.

A fundamental definition of love and compassion includes not judging others.

PS. While it may seem this post is judgemental, what i’m illuminating is a Christian tendency to subconsciously say all other religions are invalid.

Christians, now imagine an entire worldwide Muslim community implying that Jesus is not the world’s Savior.

That’s what it sounds like to our fellow humans when we say the only way to God is through Jesus.

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