Have You Thanked a Veteran Today?
For the last year, I have began my mornings and ended my day with a prayer of gratitude. I learned this practice from the book The Secret and The Magic written by the best selling author Rhonda Byrne. Thank You Rhonda for your works and teaching me that through the simple act of being grateful,… Continue Reading
A child is never to young to begin pursuing their dreams. My soon to be double digit, 10-year-old son has developed a passion for videography. Over the summer, I decided to test him and see if he could use his creativity towards productive ends. I want to introduce my son’s first videography creation. He will… Continue Reading
Every person has a calling. Where our calling lies, is often found in those moments of silence between the notes that creates the symphony of one's life.
Today, I write from the 56th story of a hotel that only 5 years ago I would call a dream. For my birthday, I am staying in a luxury suite, and enjoying a wonderful cup of coffee with my lovely wife on my 43rd year of life. Dreams come true with the pursuit of vision,… Continue Reading
I awoke, inspired to write about the beauty of nature on a rainy day. Little did I know, it would open inroads to inner creativity and a soul felt moment of inner growth and wisdom to take over me.
The Buddha once said that holding on to anger is like grasping a hot stone with the intent of throwing at the person that caused the anger. The only person to get burnt is yourself.
“As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them.”
John F. Kennedy
Gratitude is much more than giving thanks. It is living by the words we speak. This is especially true when it relates to working with the next generation.
So many times, I see a culture of “Do as I say, Not as I Do!” Really, what is this truly about? In order to teach the next generation, we must live by the words we speak.
"As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them." ~ John F. Kennedy