Well I've actually got this off the ground; from imagination to implementation in just under 2 weeks! Kind of a first for me as I have a tendency to think, re-think and over-think and...
then things never leave the ground. So I know that this will evolve, take a life of its own as we get into it. But I'm excited at the possibilities. Which brings me to this question - what are the things you've always wanted to do, but keep putting if off for whatever reason? I'm not talking about big things like eliminating poverty, fixing the ozone layer or things like that. It's the little things like painting, drawing, writing the next great american novel or poem. Perhaps you always wanted to plant a garden, or flower bed or perhaps you wanted to learn to dance. It's those little thoughts, ideas and imaginations that keep popping up and then disappearing but never totally goes away but which will give so much satisfaction if we get it done. The truth is we all have the same 24 hours in a day so 'not enough time' is no excuse. Dare to follow your dream. Peace.
Hi, welcome to my weekly blog. I'm deacon Michel and I love blogging and the healthy exchange of constructive ideas. Now my mind has been known to wander on a million different things all at once so don't be surprised at what you find here. I often scratch my head and go 'Huh?' at my own thoughts. Feel free to leave a comment and share your thoughts with me.
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For I take seriously what a very wise man has often said to me:
"Ordination is not license for private practice" - Msgr. A. Andersen