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Busy...Dreadfully Busy

Ignore the side effects

Long, uphill hikes are metaphors for life. So are stunning views and wonderful hiking partners.

Ignore the negative side effects of a super-busy pace?

Why?

There must be powerful reasons, right?

Powerful enough to ignore long-term outcomes?

(never)

How is that a long-term and vibrant emotional strategy?

It’s not.

You clearly understand this. Well done.

Regret is always possible to reverse. When your ability to forgive yourself, surrender to things you cannot control, and live with gratitude that you can both forgive and surrender, you are free to move forward.

The key to it all is having a willing heart that is open to personal transformation.

If you think forgiveness and surrender are hard to sustain over decades of living, imagine trying to cram for personal transformation after decades of neglect.

Slow and steady wins the race. The long way is the shortcut.

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How Can You Tell?

How much thought?

Going-to-the-Sun mountain
Going to the Sun Mountain, with Heavy Runner in foreground. This is a rare sight few get to witness from this angle.

How much thought went into making today’s posts much shorter than yesterday’s?

More than meets the eye.

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Prayers Please

The short list for things jeff noel always prays for before doing them

St Patrick's Cathedral NYC
St Patrick’s Cathedral NYC

The short list for things jeff noel always prays for before doing them:

  • Everything

What? Did you expect it to be a longer list?

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Short Stuff

After yesterday’s longer post, thought a short post would be appropriate.

“Wisdom is knowing when you can’t be wise”.Paul Engle

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