Doing The Work

Here’s to hoping your weekends went well! It seems that if we take “the bull by the horns”, unless it was the Miami HEAT last night, we may have a greater chance of getting the job done. Procrastination is the thief of all dreams, as many of us have heard or experienced at one time or another.

Nowadays, I find myself challenging my own ability to stick with a New Year’s Resolution, like going to the gym or learning to eliminate drama from my life. One of my favorite dreams so to speak is what I am doing right now. And I thank each of you for being a part of it, sincerely, I do. In addition to having a productive weekend with some of my projects, I am also feeling a bit better about myself as I “move forward”. Spirituality doesn’t happen over night. It can not be bought at the store nor given to you by anyone …. If interested, one has to do the work. Some quiet time each day or several times a day allows me the time I need to dream or get away from the hubbub of everyday life so I can hear myself think! What about you?

A special shout out and thanks for graphic designer, Adrienne “Red” Wahl, who put the finishing touches on an extraordinary pamphlet for me! Visit her website at: http://www.adriennewahl.com for further information.

“The work will teach you how to do it.” – Estonian Proverb

Today, I will take the risk of learning by living the spiritual life. TOUCHSTONES, May 16th.

Have a wonderful day and a great week … in peace!

John I. Cook, Director
Educational Excellence

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