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If I Could Save Time In A Bottle…

With the passage of each July 25th, Randy Pausch’s untimely death will remind us that life is a gift, even though we should need no reminding. And living out our childhood dreams helps our children:

Jim Croce, the singer of Time In A Bottle is the Father in this video. He also died too soon. Lord, help me to live each day fully. In doing so, should you need me sooner than expected, it’ll be okay.

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Randy Pausch, Hope You Are Looking Down On The World And Smiling At The Positive Impact You Made

Dear Randy, as weird as this may sound coming from a grown man (me), who appears at the moment to be talking to a man no longer here (you), please know that I miss your energy and love on our planet.

Well, um, actually, your energy and love is still here. There are those among us who are grateful at the timing or the content (or both) of your message. For me it was the timing. And we are keeping your timeless message alive.

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It Would Be Ridiculously Easy To Call This A Failure When In Fact, It’s Quite The Opposite

Some would say taking 30 years to write a book is pathetic.

Others would say, congratulations.

See how easy it is to start seeing the positive, the blessing?

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How Many Blessings Could You Count In One Hour If You Gave It Some Thought?

It was so hot and humid yesterday during the run because the run began late. My fault for sleeping in until 7am. Was up late working on my business websites.

The blessings came from a good night’s sleep, the time to exercise, the will to exercise, and simply from having legs to run. Oh, and from owning an entrepreneurial business.

I could go on and on and on….

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A Morning Run Inspired A Ton Of Blessings That Normally Wouldn’t Cross Our Minds

Road ID is an emergency contact bracelet worn while running during business trips.

Running this morning and thinking about these “thankfulness” posts. While I’m thankful to have feet that are chronically sore, I’m also thankful for knees that rarely get sore. After all, I run a fair amount. And stand all day for a living.

A great reminder that things can always be worse. So quit complaining.

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