A few people I have known have chosen to step out of their bodies this week. Neither was anything I was anticipating. It can be shocking enough when one person you know dies suddenly, but when it happens in sets, it makes you think a little harder about what life is all about, and what role we have in its timespan.
Watch out, we’re going deep today!
I was thinking one day about all of the inventions that have ever been created. Such imagination and inspiration are needed to create something from a thought, and it is amazing what our thoughts have created over the millennia.
A student asks:
I’ve noticed a lot of tragedies in the news and in the personal lives of people I know. Why does God allow bad things to happen to good people? Continue reading “Bad things”
In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes. – Benjamin Franklin
There comes a time in life when one must say goodbye, and today is my day to say goodbye to my father. Last week, I wrote about “re-tiring:” saying goodbye to my 35-year career and 40 years of active employment. By necessity, my focus immediately turned to my family. Continue reading “Saying goodbye…”
In my last post a couple of months ago, I wrote about letting go and trusting in yourself, no matter what happens. As I got my thoughts together about the prospect of retirement, which I had already decided to do at that point, I started preparing a letter to let the people who had been there for me during my career know how much I appreciate them, and to share with them the wisdom my 40-year career has taught me. Continue reading “It happened, and I survived”