In the 1930s America had more movie theaters than it did banks. Priorities.
Happiness is a feeling rather than an equation because we can never solve it the same way twice.
Unique characters and great events remind us that life is always right now.
Ours is a diverse culture and divided country in many ways, but there is one characteristic that securely unites most all of us as Americans. We have way too much stuff.
The significance of place in our lives is both functional and spiritual. Our birthplace, our addresses, our final resting place all help to identify us and tell our story on this earth. Where we are in place also constantly calls upon us to be aware of the present moment.
Even when you are exploring and unsure of a destination, signposts and maps can prove very helpful. But what if this is new territory? The events of 2020 were global, which gives a new meaning to the meaning of destination.
Time is the most precious resource. We will never have enough. We always waste too much.
One of the most difficult adjustments during this past year? Limiting and navigating personal contact. There is clearly more acceptance for this than there is understanding.
Will the words "summer vacation" become like phone booths and trading stamps, ceasing to have any real meaning in the everyday lives of Americans?
One of those personalities you'd love to have a beer with. He'd be buying. You'd be listening
There are no guarantees in life. But when there are no guarantees of life and that awareness is shared globally and simultaneously, it does tend to get your attention. Being a survivor may seem with a simple choice, but with it comes the challenge of facing what you’re now left with.
A turn early in the journey determines direction rather than destination.