I’m sure you’ve heard the old phrase, “The lights are on but nobody is home.” It was often used in reference to someone who was ditzy or slightly daft.
But I wonder if too often it might be used to describe the way many of us go through life. Are you home?
What in the world is “Fully Alive?” Its my feature length film in theaters March 22 and 25th.
It’s also a book, and small group curriculum to be released by summer.
BUT most important:
Fully Alive is the opposite of partly alive
and a wonderful alternative to totally dead!
This is me in total rebellion. I live dangerously!
After three exhausting months of writing, touring Australia, and promoting our new limited theater release film “Fully Alive,” I went on a cruise to perform for my friend Bill Gaither. I was in trouble from the moment I stepped on board.
Someone asked me what words I want to be spoken at my funeral. My first response was that I want someone to say….. “He moved! He’s alive!” But I doubt that will happen.
I think I would want the people who knew me best to say, “He was a lover!” Not in a lover in the classic sense of a ladies man, but I want to be known as someone who loved people. I haven’t got it all together but I,m working hard to build that reputation.
Nothing is more powerful than love. But how does one become, a lover? I don’t have fifty suggestions, but I do have twelve
Diane and me at the Sidney Opera House.
Okay! I broke the cardinal rule of blogging. I haven’t blogged for over 8 weeks. I didn’t really disappear from the face of the earth, I disappeared from cyberspace. I owe you an explanation because you have been so faithful following my blog, So let me bring you up to date.