At the end of the day, we’re all simply doing the basics, trying to be a good parent, spouse, partner…
From personal experience, I don’t believe people set out to become prolific bloggers or anything else that’s prolific, famous or extraordinary.
Not at first. Michael Phelps, the world’s fastest swimmer, probably started swimming simply because he enjoyed it, and then discovered he was good at it.
Does a Pope set His sights on becoming the Pope?
We all discover things we like to do and the more we do them, the better we get. But who could have ever predicted nearly 4,000 blog posts in just two years?
I tried, but just couldn’t take it anymore. Can’t stand the way the 5 Mid Life Celebration Blogs look without photos. This whole blogging ahead of time is for the birds too.
All jeff noel blogs are made from scratch, 365 days a year. Every photo/image comes from my personal camera. It’s just what I do. No one else does it. That’s why I have to go back.
Moving forward with a childhood dream, your help in Liking Mid Life Celebration’s Facebook Fan Page would be considered a favor.
Surely, there are jeff noel followers that are not Christian. So why risk offending them? Because, readers here embrace diversity. And what’s at the center of our individual universes is but another layer of what makes us different.
What makes us different is what unites us. All different. All the same.
Blood of Christ, inebriate me.
Within your wounds, hide me.
Body of Christ, save me.
Two days ago, I read both the Old Testament and the New Testament readings at Mass, here in Orlando. The other Reader asked me to cover her reading.
Her Father-In-Law died and they would be in Michigan. While it wasn’t sudden, there had been 5 years of steady decline after a heart attack.
Much of what I write about at Lane 8 goes unnoticed here at jeff noel.org. Many of you tire of me saying I’m The Blog Whisperer, The Internet’s Only Five-a-Day Blogger.
But the reality is….you have a friend who approaches wellness from 5 angles, not 1 or 2.
Slowly, over the course of our careers, a huge rift develops…
This is the sad fact for many workers, no matter your level in your organization.
Unless maybe you’re the Pope. Then maybe you’re not replaceable.
Isn’t this the root of imbalance? We work harder than we probably need to, creating a huge rift in balance, just to feel safe and secure?