AChuck’s 4forFRIDAY July 5, 2019
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We went to the Fox to see “Come From Away” (more on that later) and fell in love with this little place on Peachtree, just a block from The Fabulous Fox. Jenny had a risotto and shrimp dish that was so stinking good. I went classic style with a piping hot dish of lasagna. It was as good as I have ever eaten. You’ll be glad I turned you on to Baraonda!
Jenny and Abby went to see this show at the Fabulous Fox while I played with our granddaughters. They like it so much that Jenny took me back a few nights later to see it. I think it is right up there with Hamilton! The storyline is from the diverted airplanes on 9/11 to the tiny town of Gander, Newfoundland. If you get a chance, go see this show! It will give you a pep in your step and remind you of the kindness available through caring souls. I loved it!
Most of the 366 days of stoic wisdom is super helpful. A few are just weird, but I am convinced that this pratice of reading about 3 minutes of stoicism has greatly added to my daily personal development plan.
Jim Denison is one of my favorite authors. He pushes me in some ways and affirms my thought process in other ways. This is a well written and thoughtful article. It’s timely and compassionate. I really hope you read it!
Almost everyone wants to live a long life – but almost nobody actually wants to get old. That’s the paradox at the center of many of our thoughts, feelings and desires about aging. It’s a paradox because the two sentiments seem to contradict each other. After all, living a long life means getting old; we can’t have one without the other, right?
A Quote from Business Leader, Speaker and Author, Peter Drucker
“There is nothing quite so useless, as doing with great efficiency, something that should not be done at all.”
The Podcast is a 5 minute/day, 5 days/week Bible devotion that is a great word of encouragement. The Meditation is about 7 minutes/day, 5/days/week and is designed to give you a combined and guided prayer and meditation experience.
Go in Peace, AChuck