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Did You Ever Wonder Who Made Jesus Smile

Monday, February 13, 2012

If what I'm about to share offends you, I apologize in advance. What I write, very often, is designed to make people think, the operative word being think. Mostly, I write to make me think. That being said...

We live in a serious world. No doubt we should. With economic collapse, unemployment, homelessness and a host of other maladies all around us it is very difficult to "put on a happy face." At times like this, people often turn to spirituality, particularly religion to help get them through. I am an avid reader of the Bible. Forget for a few moments, what my personal belief system is, I find the Bible to be a source of inspiration, encouragement and guidance in my life.

Saturday morning I was sitting in my office watching a video blog from a fellow Spark member. Between you and me, I watch this person's video blogs when I need a pick me up. They are unique, they are sincere, and most of all they make me grin from ear to ear. So as I watched the most recent chronicle of their life a thought crossed my mind: "Who was it that made Jesus laugh?" I have a hard time imagining, that he walked around with a solemn face twenty-four hours a day seven days a week. He loved little children. Little children loved him. Those of us who have spent a portion of our lives around young children know that children don't hang around grumpy people long. So I wondered, Saturday morning, which apostle was the one assigned to lift Jesus spirits when he had a bad day? Oh, I know, Son of God and all, but he shared our humanity. That meant when he delivered a particularly meaningful message and the crowd was lukewarm; he had to feel a bit disappointed. After it happened three or four days in a row, as the Bible details, he probably got a bit discouraged. I know he went off alone to pray a lot, but sometimes, did he go off alone just to relax, throw his head back and let loose with a huge belly laugh. I mean, don't you feel better sometimes when you laugh so hard the clouds part and some come shining through?

There is one thing about leaders and followers that's universal. All followers take their cue from the leader and in most cases adopt their attitude and demeanor. So, when Jesus was a little down, I am sure the apostles followed suit. Now, the Bible was designed to teach, to inspire and to encourage us to lead better lives. I can understand why there is no room for Jay Leno's patron saint. But, somewhere in there, one of those people had to have a very humorous look at life in order to get through the gray days. Someone, have to be able to say something, because Jesus to grin from ear to ear.

Who makes Jesus laugh? I believe you and I do. You don't have to profess Christianity to realize that Jesus message was one of hope, one of love, and one of inclusion for all people. Jesus welcomed everyone with open arms regardless of what they thought or believed. He didn't much care where they've been, he was just concerned where they were going. Whether you espouse his divinity or simply choose to look at him as an exemplary role model, you can't deny that the love and acceptance he provided his universal. When you and I choose to embrace that message, then you and I not only make Jesus smile and maybe laugh, but I'm quite sure whole lot of other people to. When you and I make the commitment to actively work on removing our prejudices and misconceptions we have about others ways of life, then I believe Jesus smiles.

Be blessed today.

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SILLYHP1953 2/20/2012 3:47PM

    Doing something that makes Jesus smile compared to doing something to make that other entity smile really does make you think about what you're doing!!

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MARCYNA 2/20/2012 6:43AM

    Wow Great...hope so!!!!Maybe he's laughing at me now as I'm taking it all so seriuosly!!!
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SNOWANGELDIVA 2/16/2012 5:56PM

    Votes are in:
John and Peter are tied.
Here's the breakdown.
John was the well we're all assuming the guy was loveable and what's more loveable than someone that cheers you, right? Right. So, that was my son's vote (F.Y.I., his name is John).
My vote was Peter. That guy was SO entertaining. C'mon!! Hacking off ears one second (reminding me of Inigo Montoya in Princess Bride) and then in complete oblivious denial in the same evening. Hanging out with that dude would keep you on your toes! My fave is the whole walking on water thing...that HAD to have Jesus splittin' his sides...If Jesus did face palms... emoticonI think he may have given himself many hangin' out with Peter.
SO,'s a toss between Pete and John.

EDIT: That was of the 12 general I think all of us going off in our own direction being convinced that we are indeed wiser than the Creator of the Universe humours him very much.

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EMTFF376 2/16/2012 9:47AM


I love and have missed your blogs. I'm so glad to have you in my life. I have to agree with many of the comments already made. I'm sure that I make Jesus laugh daily with many of the comical things I do! And yes, laughter is the best and original medicine invented by the King of Kings. :)


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NASFKAB 2/15/2012 2:02AM

  thought as usual

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    He made us in His own image. He created us. You know he smiles and laughs.

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CIVIAV 2/14/2012 5:44PM

    I like thinking of Jesus belly laughing!

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MYRNACARRIER 2/14/2012 1:43AM

    I just got this email from someone and I had just read your blog about making Jesus smile. I think this would make Jesus smile.

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EXCUSES-BE-GONE 2/13/2012 2:49PM

    We know Jesus , was moved by others sorrow, as the bible tells us that he wept. I am sure when we smile and laugh He also is smiling and laughing with us and sometimes at us. When we please him, I am sure that makes him smile. Children are so cute and funny ...who don't they make smile or laugh? I am sure Jesus, was delighted with them.


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REJ7777 2/13/2012 2:10PM

    I love the thought of Jesus laughing!

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ANATASHIKI 2/13/2012 2:08PM

    oh there is no doubt that God has a great sense of humor emoticon

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QUIKSYLVER 2/13/2012 12:50PM

    I believe Jesus has a great sense of humor. I'm sure he's laughed at my antics more than once. Probably just yesterday, when playing softball with my son and hubby. We were dying laughing, and it had to have made our Savior laugh, too.

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GETFIT2LIVE 2/13/2012 12:43PM

    I have no doubt that we bring a smile to the face of Jesus and give him something to chuckle about, too. He is the inventor of laughter and smiles. Yes, he is well acquainted with grief and sorrow and tears, but he knows the value of a good, deep belly laugh, too. After all,
a merry heart does good like medicine!

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MOMGABE 2/13/2012 12:31PM

    Thank you for giving me something to think about today.

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My Weekend Plans.......

Saturday, February 11, 2012


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SILLYHP1953 2/21/2012 5:28PM

    What a wonderful idea to have your granddaughter in charge of the games! The next time we have a party for an adult I'm putting a grandchild in charge of games!!! Tell Joan happy birthday a little late.

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GIRANIMAL 2/13/2012 11:31AM

    The "little" things indeed. emoticon

Happy birthday to Joan! Sounds like a wonderful weekend -- but how could it not be, having been orchestrated by her wonderful husband and wonderful kids and granddaughter? emoticon

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NASFKAB 2/12/2012 2:24AM

  Happy Birthday to Joan

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AJDOVER1 2/11/2012 8:17PM

    You're such a sweet guy!

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CIVIAV 2/11/2012 2:54PM

    This time I got it. Oh my it sounds like a lovely time! Especially the surprise!
Go for it!

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HDHAWK 2/11/2012 1:57PM

    Joan is going to love every minute of her birthday! My brother paid us a surprise visit this week. We had all the kids here and played games and visited. It's the most fun I've had in a long time and it didn't cost $$. Enjoy every minute!

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SNOWANGELDIVA 2/11/2012 11:59AM

    I love your SparkPage background ~ SO AWESOME!!

Happy Birthday to Joan! emoticon emoticon
Wow, it sounds like you have an AWESOME time planneds.
Yay, Ava is planning the games ~ Go Ava! I'm all over the Pictionary on the Wii...that sounds like fun! I'd love to see what Ava comes up with. (Pics of the pics)'re sending flowers and she's getting baloons from the kids? YOU GUYS ROCK!! Way ROCK!! YAY!!!

Doing whatever makes your loved one smiles way brings joy. LOL "Snail-mail" I LOVE THAT!

Ya...what is Joan getting?...iphone?!!! WOO HOO!!! YES!

Be Blessed!

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SPARKENISTA 2/11/2012 10:47AM

    John--First of all--Happy Birthday to Joan! Many more returns of the day!

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Secondly, I hope you have a great time with your family this weekend. It sounds like a very fun time you have planned. I love that your six-year-old granddaughter is planning the games! It's not only fun, it's empowering for her.

Thirdly, thank you for your wonderful comments on my blog. However, what is up with your week? Sounds like it wasn't so great. If you want to share, I am there!

Best to Joan on this special weekend. My son just got the I-phone and he just loves it.

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CIVIAV 2/11/2012 10:08AM

    I so love reading your blogs. Sometimes I feel like you are the male version of my life. Thanks for reflecting back things other than I currently notice. And it is like you said -
you become what you hear and pay attention to...

Couldn't get this blog but thought I would comment anyway. Hope it's available soon...

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The Gray Days

Saturday, February 11, 2012

While it's been a busy week, nothing too spectacular or out of the ordinary occurred. It was one of those "gray weeks." We all have them. The world didn't end, but there's nothing to write home about. The funny thing is they always seem to occur this time of year. The time of year when the trees are bare, the skies are dull and there seems little hope that spring will ever occur. They are the gray days. We look out the kitchen window sipping our coffee or tea expectantly waiting for some ray of sunshine poke through those clouds. For you, maybe, it is a week with neither a loss nor gain. Maybe it's five successive days at the gym where you feel as if you haven't accomplished a single thing. It's those mornings where it's a struggle and in an effort to put one foot in front of the other.

You do it. You do it because you know down the road and around the bend there will be a tiny daffodil poking its head through the still frozen ground. It is these gray days that becomes the cement that holds our life and our progress towards health together. They are never anything to jump up and down or cheer about. They simply bind us and at most unexpected times warm us like a new fire on a wintry morning. They are the essence of life itself.

I was reminded this week of the benefit of these ordinary and often gray days. Two years ago I began training to run my first 5K. Listening to the wisdom and counsel of many SparkPeople friends I settled on the C25K process. I have to tell you, friends, it got boring in a great big hurry. Walking for a minute, running for 90 seconds and the like wasn't very motivating. I look around me at the gym and see people running for what seemed like at the time, forever. Here I was walking then running, walking then running over and over. One Sunday afternoon, I went to the gym, feeling very frustrated and ready to do something different. My gym has an oval track-10 laps to a mile, so I would always take a clicker with me to count the laps. I began running, and clicking, and listening to my music, and looking out the window. I lost track of time and when I looked down at my clicker it suddenly dawned on me that I only had four laps left before I had run a true 5K. I don't recall whether I was tired or not. I don't recall whether adrenaline took over. I do recall feeling this tremendous sense of accomplishment is I began to run the last lap. I was so overwhelmed that the time I felt tears well up in my eyes. Afterwards, I took my phone and snapped a picture of the clicker. I still have it. All of those boring, gray days suddenly paid off. I was runner.

I thought about that experience this morning as I started my day and I thought about how life really mirrors my training for a 5K. There a lot of aches, pains, and self-doubt, but as long as we stick to the process we know works, in the end we are running our own metaphorical 5K.

Be blessed today.

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SILLYHP1953 2/20/2012 3:50PM

    You are still a runner....

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NASFKAB 2/12/2012 2:22AM

  Thought provoking as usual

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    Here's to getting through the gray days and onto the sunny ones. I'm ready.

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HDHAWK 2/11/2012 2:00PM

    Wonderful! emoticon

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SPARKENISTA 2/11/2012 10:51AM


What a great victory! I guess it reflects what we talked about in my blog--that success comes from a great idea but also from sticking with it to fruition. You did that and it is really paying off for you. That's quite an accomplishment!

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WALKNLOVE 2/11/2012 9:49AM

    Loved it! And you be blessed today too my friend!As it turns out where I live, we have had a very mild winter, no snow & things are blooming when they shouldn't be...they don't know what to do. What that says to me is, we all need seasons of change...things to grow us & make us mature for when the time is right and the race is won!And you be blessed today too my friend! emoticon

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Locating Happy

Friday, February 03, 2012

"So what you're saying is that if nothing changed for the better or for the worse for the rest of your life you would be happy just the way you are?"

I thought for a minute and then nodded my head. "Yeah, I believe I would be. I mean, I am sure there are things I would like to see, places I would like to go and people I would like to meet, but my happiness isn't contingent about all that happening."

"Well what about money? Don't you want more money?" I thought about that for a few minutes, staring down at the table in the restaurant.

"I want to be secure." I said. "I don't necessarily want to be wealthy, but I'd like to be secure."

So the conversation went. Larry and I were having our weekly lunch meeting. Larry's about 23 years younger than I am and quite naturally his perspective and his goals and objectives are different. Larry is raising two daughters, my children are already grown. A matter of perspective, if you will.

Don't get me wrong, this isn't some sort of rant against wealth. I don't begrudge anyone earning as much money as they feel compelled to earn. It is just that I am at a point in my life were wealth doesn't define success. So as I drove home I thought a lot about the conversation Larry and I had. If I'm not happy to begin with how can I be "happier?" If I don't feel I'm wealthy right now, how can I be "wealthier?" Yeah, it is a matter of perspective. My thoughts turned into a revelation of sorts. Maybe I've been approaching things backward for most of my life. Maybe, I should work on the now, the today, and tomorrow will become a natural byproduct. I am at a point in my life where downsizing is a positive term. Joan and I talk about moving into a smaller place, maybe a condominium, maybe in a climate where the weather is warmer. We talk about the uncertainty of retirement and wonder if it'll ever be a reality for us. Despite all the changes that have occurred in the landscape over the past five years I still have to count myself, baggage and all, as being relatively happy person. Sometimes I feel guilty about that. In this world that seems to be brimming over with drama, when all is said and done I am relatively happy. Somewhere, somehow we developed the notion that if you're not moving forward, your statement. Maybe, just maybe, it may be that you have stopped to inhale the scenery around you.

So when I looked across the table at Larry with somewhat of a cockeyed grin for the first time in a few days I felt fairly confident saying "Yeah, I'm happy just the way I am."

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SILLYHP1953 2/20/2012 3:52PM

    Being happy just the way I am is a powerful thought.

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NEEDTOLOSE100LB 2/10/2012 9:51AM

    Thank you for this blog. It helps me to know that what I feel when I am happy with what I have is good. People don't understand when I tell them I don't have a TV at my house and I don't have internet either. They ask me what I do. I read a lot, I walk a lot and I reflect at lot (not always a happy thing, but...) I enjoy not having the boob tube there every night demanding my time. I rent Netflix and have seen a lot of movies (on my laptop) of all kinds now. I need to read more non-fiction and be a little more consistent in my reading of scripture, but that will all come in time. I am a work in progress, but I am HAPPY with the progress. If you can't be happy with yourself, you cannot be happy and you are liable to make other people unhappy too.
Keep blogging and sharing.

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WALKNLOVE 2/9/2012 6:25AM

    Happiness is yours because you have learned that to be content is to be happy...not saying that we "stay put", but we appreciate and seek to see all the gifts that God has given us and that makes us joyful! God is our provider and he gives us everything we need that pertains to life and godliness. LOVED the blog John & LOVE your perspective on truly are blessed!!!!

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MARCYNA 2/9/2012 5:51AM

    Lovely, lovely. As usualy it's a great blog John!!!!

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JESPAH 2/7/2012 11:53AM

    ... are you really just a shadow of the man that I once knew? :)

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RSTENNER 2/7/2012 9:46AM

    Man, wish I would have heard about all of this before I got all these things I have to take care of! But really, finding contentment in the everyday moments of life is such a blessing. I used the excuse for cleaning my house for years, that I would rather go for a walk with one of my kids, than have a spotless perfect house. So now after five kids and 30 years of childrearing, I'm left with a house that has every closet packed full, and 500 hours of housework to do that I didn't do because I played with my kids! But I wouldn't change a thing, we had a good time, and guess what, the house is still there. Now my husband and I can spend the first year of our retirement cleaning it out! Hoarders here we come! emoticon

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WORKINGSTIFF 2/7/2012 9:07AM

    Great blog and a message for all of us.

I think the older we get, the more we realize that life is about more than just "the things." I've always cautioned my own sons that "possessions possess."

Life is not about the things we gather but rather the love we give and get.

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SPARKENISTA 2/5/2012 5:41PM

    John--First of all, if you are "happy" or "content" with your life, you are way ahead of the game. As far as material wealth, according to the readings that I have done, we all carry opinions about "those" people--or the 1% as is popular now.

Very often we have grown up with the idea that is morally upright to make due, or struggle for money. "Creating Money", the book I mentioned in my blog, talks about that a lot. I hope you do download it because I think it will help to clarify a lot of issues.

There are as many lousy poor people as there are rich people. Conversely, there are as many fabulous and giving poor people as rich people. Can we talk about Bill Gates who is giving all of his money to charitable foundations that he created with it--and not to his children.

Another great book on this topic is Barbara Stanny's book "The Six-Figure Woman". She not only deals with this topic in detail but gives thought-provoking exercises to help clarify our ideas about where our concepts started and whether we still buy into those ideas or want to evolve new ones.

BTW, did you ever get the "Healing Back Pain" book? If so, do you like it?

Please let me know.

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NASFKAB 2/4/2012 1:36AM

  Thanks great

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CARTOONB 2/3/2012 10:41PM

    On the road of life, I'm between you and Larry. However, I answered your first question quite like you did. I am happy just the way I am. I like where I am. If everything stayed exactly as it is now, I'd still be happy. Nice place to be, huh?

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7356WILMA 2/3/2012 7:57PM

  Thank you!! I need this today!!

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    I'm in the same place. When I was younger it seemed like having a lot of cool stuff was a win-win situation. Now it is a lot to take care of and I prefer to spend my life doing something besides care-giving to things. The more you have the more work you have to take care of it.

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GETFIT2LIVE 2/3/2012 4:04PM

    Learning how to be happy with where we are, who we are, how we are is one of the most important things we can ever do. It is a matter of perspective; thanks for the reminder, John!

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Philippians 4:11 “Not that I speak from want, for I have learned to be content in whatever circumstances I am.”
The entire blog I just heard this truth resonating...


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KKINNEA 2/3/2012 2:24PM

    Love it!

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VIVIANJ5 2/3/2012 11:07AM

    John, what a wonderful post! Gives all of us so much to think about...

I completely agree that we should never should stop striving to improve our lives, whatever improvement means for us. Lose weight, eat healthier, downsize, meditate more...but if it comes from a place of contentment, it's much easier to appreciate the journey and not get caught up in the arrival. Especially since we may never arrive!

Thank you for this wake-up call!

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HLPRATT 2/3/2012 9:43AM

    Good for you John!!

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TRULYVISIBLE 2/3/2012 9:32AM

  The different stages of life. When I was your friends age I was still chasing the dollar and making the mega bucks. Money is great for security and some luxury vacations but it does not make you happy. it is what goes on in your personal life that that gives you that inner peace and fulfillment. It is love, friendship and health that makes me happy and in the end I think fulfills people the most. As long as you can pay your bills and a little reserve for emergencies, I don't think above that does anything for your contentment and happiness in life.

Great blog! Written in your wonderful gifted way. I am clicking the like button.

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ZURDTA- 2/3/2012 9:02AM

    Yes.. xx

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TRAVELGRRL 2/3/2012 9:00AM

    I have two brothers in law; one's an attorney and one's a physician. They are my husband's brothers. They are both older and have no plans to quit working until they're 70.

My husband was a teacher and retired at age 55, ten years ago. I just quit my FT teaching job last May.

Do we have as much money as the doctor and the lawyer? Absolutely not. Are we as happy or happier? Absolutely. Every family gathering the topic comes up: "How could the teacher afford to retire when the doctor and the lawyer can't?"

It's all about being happy with what you HAVE. I know my husband wouldn't trade the last 10 years for any amount of money.

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CIVIAV 2/3/2012 8:58AM

    And yeah for that. Just maybe the world is in the state it is because many of us put out the energy that says, now isn't enough, I need more, I am unhappy. So important that we take care of our part, yes?!

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HDHAWK 2/3/2012 8:54AM

    I have to remind myself regularly to live for today and not for when. When I get my bills paid off, when I retire, when I lose the weight. I may not be here when so I need to be happy now!

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Working on Embracing Myself

Tuesday, January 31, 2012


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WORKINGSTIFF 2/1/2012 10:11PM

    Wonderful thoughts, John.

I feel my own blog coming on based on what you've said. You are so right about being's a cure for what ails many of us. Instead of getting caught up in what we don't have or can't do, we have to look at the opposite--what we do have and what we can do.

Take care and keep bringing the good messages.


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NASFKAB 2/1/2012 3:59AM

  ?Thanks great

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HDHAWK 1/31/2012 8:14PM

    I was blessed to enjoy the same kind of weather yesterday and today and I took full advantage of it by getting some walking in. I am also blessed to have you as a friend!

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YAFENELRA 1/31/2012 3:55PM

    Beautiful blog!! Thanks for the reminders.

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MANILUS 1/31/2012 12:58PM

    Thank you for getting REAL, and yes you are a wonderful person! Every now and then we need that reminder to APPRECIATE ourselves. Embracing yourself is one of the most difficult things and yes far too many people play the envy card instead of acting on their own talents and inner/outer beauty! All the best!

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ALLISON145 1/31/2012 12:07PM

    You really ARE wonderful, John. Thank you!

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TRULYVISIBLE 1/31/2012 11:19AM

  Great message, great vlog!

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GINGER_BEAR 1/31/2012 11:05AM

    And may you be blessed too. emoticon

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SNOWANGELDIVA 1/31/2012 10:27AM

    You're home!
(Picturing you green still, cuz, you didn't tell me to open my eyes back up ~ just sayin'!)
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Thank you for the reminder to be content. You are so very right how much our contentment ties in with our health. If we're bitter and envious and feeling deprived we choose misery.
Choosing contentment.
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LADILADIDA 1/31/2012 10:24AM

    Wish I could watch video blogs at work! I'll have to check this one out when I get home tonight! Love the title!

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