Some may call it a daydream. Others a vision. I don’t know what really happened to me in the shower this morning…but it happened. And the weight of it still hangs in the air.
With eyes shut, head back, hot water running over my head and down my body, all awareness of standing in my bathroom shower left and it was as if I was in a corner of a dark room watching an interview take place between an elderly woman and a young male journalist.
Ricky Van Shelton released a country song back in 1991 called “Keep It Between the Lines.” It was released less than a year before my daddy passed away, but I don’t remember listening to it much before he died. After he was gone, it became my anthem. Out on those...
As a little girl, I remember my daddy teaching me to drive. I was only 8 years old, and I was terrified. But lessons he taught me on those small dirt roads in the Texas Panhandle still remain with me today. Unfortunately, I didn’t realize just how much of an influence...
I have never yet met a person who didn’t want to make a difference. A difference they deem as positive. That desire is built into our DNA. We may all differ in many ways, but in our humanity, we are linked. How will you make a difference today?
Four times today in about an hour I heard the same message in a different way. Slow down. Get the right perspective before forging ahead. What’s important is all around us. Are we paying attention?
Are you running with the hope you’ll end up somewhere good? Or, do you need to gain peace and clarity to run with purpose and focus on the goal? Read more here.