The day I celebrated my 69th birthday, I began making this statement in my road shows, “Next year I will be 70.” My wife Diane challenged me, “Why would you say that? 70 is still 365 days away. Why in the world would you use that number now?” Here is why I did it.
I woke up this morning thinking about what I would write for this Thanksgiving post.
As the cobwebs slowly cleared from my brain, a song from long ago began to echo in my heart.
Be sure to listen to The Irish Choir’s arrangement of the song at the end of this post.
Today I received another message from a person who read my book Fully Alive and finally took the first step toward discovering the joy of living again.
I have been thrilled to hear from people who stepped back from the brink of suicide and reached out for the help they desperately needed. Each of these people recognized that they had to act immediately. Each also had to slay some dragon myths that had kept them from acting sooner.
Here are some old myths that must be outed as the lies they are, and a single truth that can put you on the path to living fully alive.
By the time I got my thumbs coordinated enough to text my congratulations she was a year older.
More recently my friend Michael Hyatt posted a blog entitled, 3 Reasons I Hate Text Messages. His post was right on. This got me thinking about all the messaging possibilities and which social media method is best for which kind of message. Here’s where my scattered brain settled…
Last Sunday I reluctantly tuned in to A.D. The Bible Continues the 12-episode series that follows smash hit The Bible, which drew 13.1 million viewers — one of the largest audiences ever for a cable program.