2015_Day 256: I read this blog post by former co-worker Warren Bluhm. Warren and I worked together at the Green Bay (Wis.) Press-Gazette for a time, he as the opinion editor, me as the online editor. I was constantly amazed at how forgiving he was of users (misusers, really) of our online forums.
He was always willing to give people a second chance and I admired that in him.
I liked this post from his blog, warrenbluhm.com, and wanted to share it. I am going to try to take his advice more often.
What if we woke up and the power to change our lives was in our own two hands?
What if we woke up and found the means to make today better – not just tomorrow, but today – with the past consigned to the past where it belongs?
What if we woke up and there was time for everything?
What if we woke up and fixed what needs fixing, learned what needs learning, and did what needs doing?
What if we woke up and there were no bucks to pass, just a certain knowledge that it’s up to each of us to make our lives better?
What if we woke up and no one was responsible for our lives but…
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