Have you done your StrengthsFinder? I have. Useful tool for designing one’s life around the things they are best at.
It’s an honor to be included in such good company.
My daughter Beatrix, age 11, is reading Night by Elie Wiesel for her advanced students bookclub at school because it is a great school interested in cultivating strong, fearless, readers.
This is her last year there and I’m going to miss it greatly.
Me: “The lesson here is to never marry a man or woman who can’t change their own tire.”
Beatrix, age 11: “How about I never worry who I marry because I can change my own tire.”
It’s not about stuff, really. It’s about the stuff behind the stuff.
Wife: “I hate Pi Day! It’s stupid.”
Me: “Should I get a pie for us on 3/13 instead, just to protest?”
Wife: “Yes. Especially if it’s a cheesecake.”
Each day I practice to let him go, by letting him be with me, within me, and with each of my conscious breaths. He is alive in my breath, in my awareness.
By being “Ignored” that means nobody is watching you. That means you can do what you want, with the people you want, making a difference on your own terms.
Beatrix, age 11, prefers narrow ruled yellow legal pads and Palomino Blackwing (Pearl) pencils.