Lessons I’ve Learned


I’m in my mid-forties, and traditionally these years are commonly viewed as years of reflection.  I don’t claim to be an authority on all matters pertaining to life, but here are my insights just the same.  I humbly offer you three deeply lived realizations about finding yourself, creating positive change, and experiencing nu.

1. Wordy prayers are a real downer!

Everyone knows that prayer is the primary way to talk with God.  But, prayer is also a way to hear God talk to you.  In order for this to happen, you have to learn to “prayer-talk” less, and “prayer-listen” more.  This has been a life-lesson I’ve had to learn, and am still learning.  It’s a daily practice, something one continually practices, and refuses to get discouraged with.  In all honesty, my prayer life has become less and less about words, and more about nuLISTENING.  When I must use words, they…

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