We Ate Grandpa


Mornin'! So...with the blessing of our new office, I'm restructuring and reorganizing the way things will 

run around here. With that task at hand, the next couple of blog posts will be words of wisdom from our 

partners or other organizations with like-minded missions! This week's post is a double-whammy, 

coming from 2 impactful sources: The Chapel and Life Reimagined.



The Chapel is not just a place you go to, but a place you go from. 

Check out their mission statement page, it just made me laugh... Click the pic:


"Yes, we’re well aware of the abuse of the English language taking place in that sentence, but we like how it sounds. And even more, we like what it means."


This message is about the placement of the punctuation changing the meaning of your story, 

"I saw the moon walking home", "we ate grandpa"... 

Where we choose to stop, pause, etc. affects the story! Click here:

       




Life Reimagined is a  a vision, a methodology, and a community that helps people rediscover what 

truly matters and focus on what they really want to do. This post calls on YOUR discovery of courage, 

YOUR ability to be fearless! 


"Of all the personal transformations we seek, perhaps the most elusive is the quest to become brave. Courage is too often thought of as a special commodity possessed by a chosen few—superheroes. It’s not an adjective that typically springs to mind when we review our own list of assets and deficits: We’re more likely to wonder if we’re smart, attractive, capable or a good partner. Aristotle argued that courage is probably the most important virtue a human being can claim because it’s the only one that guarantees the others. Well, the good news is that courage already lives within you. And when you learn to overcome fear and be brave, your boundaries expand. You become confident, resilient and capable of far more than you ever dreamed. "

Click here for the rest! 


I apologize for the brevity, but we'll be back in action in no time! 

For Christ, because of Christ,

-MM:)


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