Category Archives: life path

What’s Your Excuse?

The following is the story of how two unlikely individuals provided for a massive shift in perspective on my part and for that I will always be grateful… On March 4th of this year I had surgery on my right … Continue reading

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What Do You Teach a Child to do With a Dollar?

What do you teach a child to do with a dollar?  After all, it’s only a dollar, right?  Well, there are two primary schools of thought.  The first and much more common is that it’s only a dollar, so what … Continue reading

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The Treasures from Trials

My pastor’s “Daily Word” is an email devotional that he publishes Monday through Friday each week.  The message the day following my MRI reading and the scheduling of my shoulder & bicep surgery couldn’t have been more timely.  The theme … Continue reading

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Life Lessons From Mom

In honor of my Mom and to all the Mom’s around the world, the following is a tribute.  My Mom taught me so much as a child and many of these lessons have stayed with me for life. A few … Continue reading

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Life Lessons From An Injury…The Story Continues…”Surgery”

While this post will focus primarily on the days just prior and then following my surgery, it’s worth noting the roller coaster ride of emotions that I felt from the moment the procedure was scheduled in early February to the … Continue reading

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So How About Those New Year’s Resolutions?

With the first month of 2016 coming to a close, New Years seems like only a distant memory.  It is by far the most popular day of the year for setting new goals and resolutions and yet most people fall … Continue reading

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Do You Have An Insurance Policy for Eternity?

Many years ago…more than I care to count…I gave a speech in my Senior year in college. In recent weeks it’s been on my mind as a potential topic for a new blog post.  In light of the weather events … Continue reading

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A Little Perspective & Gratitude…Please

Do you struggle with mornings? Ask the average person how they’re doing in the morning and a common answer will be “Not bad under the circumstances”.  Another typical answer is “I don’t know, its to early to tell”.   These … Continue reading

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Some of the Best Advice I’ve Ever Received

My parents divorced when I was very young and both remarried within a few short years. I have no memories of my Mom and first Dad being together as I was just a baby.  My Mom and Jeff Amidon, my … Continue reading

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A Servant’s Heart

According to Wikipedia, Andrew Carnegie (November 25, 1835 – August 11, 1919) was a Scottish American industrialist who led the enormous expansion of the American steel industry in the late 19th century. He was also one of the highest profile philanthropists of his era and had … Continue reading

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