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Really it’s our destiny.

As Mike Dooley from tut.com reminded me this week

I distinctly remember the conversation, Jewel. We were having triple-chocolate brownie fudgesicles, listening to Beethoven’s “Fifth” before he even was Beethoven, overlooking the galaxy, when you mentioned how neat you thought it would be to one day have dreams you didn’t know you’d inevitably manifest, to have challenges you didn’t know you’d inevitably conquer, and to have friends you didn’t know you’d inevitably meet.

And as I leaned forward in total awe, all agog, wanting to learn more of your genius and courage, I almost fainted when you added, “And should it ever appear as if I could use your help, before I even begin helping myself, back off or you’ll ruin everything.”

You memory-maker you,

    The Universe

 

I ask…

 

So…..   I ask……

  • What memories are you going to make?  
  • What choices will you  dig deep to make?
  • What leaps will you take?

All we have is moments. Make each moment count. Don’t look back don’t look ahead. Just look at this moment. Live it. Love it.  Be it.  You memory maker you.

Thoughts become things… choose the good ones!

Love

Peace

Hugs

Cause we all need those…

 

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I’m one of “those” people who tries to live by the philosophy that if you find your passion and live it you will always be engaged. If you haven’t found your passion, then ensure you live your current life with passion because I think it’s a sure way to run head long into your ultimate passion (or hey, why stop there, let’s go all the way and say passions!)

I seem to run into a lot of people (happens when I’m seeking my passion and/or living passionately) who have defined passion in big grandiose terms. They think their passion has to make big money, have loud impacts, be colourful.

screen capture from KSL High 5 segment


The good thing about being  on this earth plane as long as I have,  I’ve learned a lot and am capable of learning a whole lot more. One of those cool things I’ve learned is that passion is nothing more than that… passion.  It’s the passion itself that is larger than life. What we’re passionate about can be very small, very quiet, subtle hardly noticeable. But when we do anything with a true passion, the differences that are made are really, really big.

How many people would consider being a McDonald’s employee at a drive thru window something to be passionate about, let alone a position that makes much difference in others lives. Let’s face it, how many times have you gone through a drive thru and thought any more about it other than did they get the order right, did they remember straws and most importantly is the right toy in the bag to prevent a meltdown in the back seat?

This week, I was fortunate enough have this wonderful story cross my path that, in my opinion, shows what a little passion can do, even in at a McDonald’s Drive Thru.

“Rick is just a ray of sunshine in our lives.”

Shara Park from KSL News did a High 5 segment on Rick, a McDonald’s employee experiencing some health challenges.  When the community discovered his plight they were more than willing to show him what a difference he makes to them each time they go through his lane.

photo screen capture from KLS High 5 segment

But what makes Rick special? In my opinion, it’s all about the love and passion he brings to his job. His daily interactions with people, giving them their fast food grub – just doing his thing his way, with quiet passion. The results of bringing his passion to his job, brought him more joy than any “big” thing probably ever could.

It’s not about being passionate about something great.  It’s about making things great by being passionate.

Think about it: Passion, Perspective, Possibilities. What are you going to CHOOSE to bring your PASSION to today?

 

 

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No One Starts At The End

This is so very true.  Too often we set ourselves up for failure because we think we aren’t good enough, don’t know enough, aren’t capable enough.

I remember not wanting to start grade 1.  When  my mom asked me why, I told her because I couldn’t tell time.  She asked me why I thought I was going to school.

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