WHO WILL CRY WHEN YOU DIE [CHAPTER 95].....Be an Adventurer

            Be an Adventurer

Teachers are climbing mountains. Entrepreneurs are flying hot – air balloons. Grandmothers are completing marathons and homemakers are taking up karate. The more routine our lives become, the greater our need to fill them with some real adventures. The more obligations that beg for our attention, the more important it becomes to shed those shackles of complacency and send our hearts soaring through some brave new pursuit.
   “Man must not allow the clock and the calendar to blind him to the fact that each moment of his life is a miracle and a mystery,” wrote British novelist H.G. Wells. To connect more deeply to the miracles and the mysteries of your own life, vow to restore the spirit of adventure that you once knew as a child. Make a list of twelve pursuits you know would bring a greater sense of passion and energy to your normally mundane routine and tackle one of them every month for the next year. Doing so is a highly effective way to reinvent the way you live.



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