I recently blogged about George Washington’s 110 Rules of Civility. Another recommendation by the Million Dollar Habits book is the 12 virtues of Benjamin Franklin. According to decisionskills.com, which the following virtues are copied from, “his (Franklin’s) initial list was of 12 virtues, but then a Quaker friend pointed out that he might want to See my journey
By age sixteen, George Washington had copied out by hand, 110 Rules of Civility & Decent Behavior in Company and Conversation. These rules governed Washington’s behavior and helped to mould the man who attracted the love, loyalty and respect of all who served with him during the American Revolution and his Presidency.
Losing is hard. Although we know life comes to an end, it is hard when we say our final goodbyes. A moment’s silence for you, each and every one of you, who lived your lives the best you could. Who suffered from illness, yet lived bravely, lovingly, surrounded by family. A tribute to the memories See my journey
Who am I? What makes me me? How do I know this persona is really me and not an imitation of someone else? Growing up is hard when you’re figuring out who you are. I had a huge identity crisis once I hit puberty until I turned 18. In retrospect, a lot of it stemmed See my journey
Clarity. To start afresh, to see the junk you’ve been hoarding and uncover the gems you’ve missed. Mortality. A chance to plan your future bucket list before you die. Vacuum. When you shove everything aside for your trip, and you choose what to put back on your plate when you get back. Abandonment. Getting rid See my journey