Year: 2021

07 Mar 2021
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Embrace the Moment, Life is Transitory

The trees have been empty and bare for quite some time. The once vibrant green leaves gave way, turned dark and fell to the ground ages ago. Now, the woods behind the house are bare, lonely and still. That said, the snow finally did start to melt, and I no longer have to push cars […]

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13 Feb 2021
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The Weather is Going to Change, do You have Your Compass, Anchor, and Action Plan Ready?

Here’s the thing about the weather… it changes.  It’s also a bit unpredictable.  Even after years and years of deepening knowledge, understanding, and advancing technologies.. predicting the weather is still without complete certainty. I mean shouldn’t we have figured this out by now? How can that pop-up shower just “pop-up” and be a surprise? And […]

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24 Jan 2021
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Listen Beyond the Noise, Step-in and Keep Going

It was an early spring day in May,1922 and good weather had finally arrived in Kansas City, Missouri. It was on this day that Elias finally decided he would do it. The day he decided it must happen. And so it did. Then it all came crashing down.  A long dark winter had finally broken. […]

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20 Jan 2021
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The Queens Gambit

If you haven’t watched the Queen’s Gambit on Netflix yet, you must. Its about a young girl with a hard life. A special gift, and no particular plan. But what she does have is an unrelenting desire (a spark you might say) to simply be who she was made to be and express it the […]

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15 Jan 2021
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An Open Handed Plan to Follow Your Whispers

How are you feeling today? It’s a good day for a quick check-in.  One of the things we’ve started doing around here are little check-ins along the course of the day. A quick check on how things are.. how we are.. how I am. Taking a short moment for a quick reflection amidst the clock, […]

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03 Jan 2021
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Get in the Game to Let Go and Let’s Go

After quitting school at the age of twelve, Milton Hershey went to work at a print shop, but he soon realized he wasn’t interested in a career in the printing business. So he went to work at a candy and ice cream shop. At the age of nineteen, he decided to open his own candy […]

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