I am really delighted at the responses to the post, “Celebrating our strengths”, for several reasons. First of all, I could feel the positive momentum building as I read what people wrote, and I kept thinking, “I want to see how we can continue this ‘conversation’ of sharing our strengths and supporting each other in becoming the people that we want to be”. And second, not one person pointed out that I misspelled “strengths”…someone, maybe most people, must have noticed it. How gracious and lovely you are!
I know that heart connections are being made here…not quite sure where it is leading and that is not something I can know from where I stand. The future unfolds a little more from each decision/thought that we make in the present moment, which leads right into the short video that I watched Monday afternoon with Jack.
He had been at me to watch it for the past week….said it was great. Why don’t I jump at suggestions like that?…I didn’t jump. Finally, more to placate him than anything else, I sat down at my computer and pulled this talk up. It is of Steve Jobs (founder of Apple computers) giving the commencement speech at Stanford University. It is entitled “How to Live Before You Die” and trust me on this one...it is great (get your box of tissues out, and be prepared to be inspired).