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Live like you mean it

Live so that death doesn’t catch you unprepared

AARP article about soldiers' final letter home
Preparing for death was important even in 1779

 

AARP advice on dying
The underlined part is great advice.

 

Live so that death doesn’t catch us unprepared. The underlined part of the photo:

“uncertainty of life ought to induce every man to prepare for death”

As we walk on the treadmill of life, we poison our souls so slowly we never notice.

Notice.

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Busy...Dreadfully Busy

Maybe it’s what seems small and insignificant that means the most

Midlife Celebration the book on Disneyland Train seat
A short, pithy book written for a little boy in case something bad ever happens to his dad

 

What do we do to live remarkably every single day?

As much as we have led ourselves to believe?

Or not nearly as much as we have led ourselves to believe?

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Authenticity

Note to self

Movie title
Doesn’t matter what we believe, only matters what we do.

 

Being unhappy with the way (most of) the world wants us to live our life is a great first sign.

Indulge. Have fun.

The world provides a million ways to medicate, distract, and entertain ourselves.

Is there such a thing as a conscience?

God’s not dead!

Note to self: Live like you mean it!

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Live like you mean it

Life is hard, that’s why it’s good

Um, your excuse is invalid…

disability

Life is hard, that’s why it’s good. It’s a really smart thing to remind yourself that life is hard.

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Common Sense

Living A Life Full Of Commitment Is Common Sense

Life's "big rocks" are often hard to see, even when they are right next to us.

If common sense tells us that living with abundant commitment to Life’s Big Choices is essential for work life balance and midlife wellness, then what did yesterday’s assessment reveal about our chances for having a great January?

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