The Art of Living Lost: Live and Learn

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Last week I participated in a business discussion where the speaker explained that “timeless lessons” were learned from classic books.” Specifically, he mentioned that Bill Gates took week-long read-only vacations, and Warren Buffet has a “voracious reading habit.” While these references were impressive, it was his curious mention of Thomas Jefferson that captured my imagination.

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The Art of Living Lost: Manifestations and Mantras

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A few years ago, my kids and I were driving to the beach, knowing parking would be horrendous, I said, “let’s try to manifest a parking space.” Come on, guys, imagine the perfect space; we pull right in, grab our towels, and run to the beautiful, blue waters edge.

Got it? Now keep that picture in your mind; pleasant and relaxing. Beautiful and blue.

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The Art of Living Lost: Yeesh,

I can’t think of one, blasted thing to write about.

Kids are good.  Mr. Rogers is happy.  Work is humming along.

My grocery bag did break on Monday but the experience did not yield a lost to joy moment.

So?  I’ve got nothing.  Except,

Kids are good.  Mr. Rogers is happy.  Work is humming along.

And for this, I am grateful.  Have a great week,

The Art of Living Lost: Let’s Go Viral #CGADGg

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Good Grief is very important to The Art of Living Lost family and we are paying it forward!

Please post a picture of you and your posse on social media using #CGADCg.

By raising awareness and showing your support, you can break the cycle of isolation and reduce the risks for grieving children and families everywhere.  Together, we can create a culture in which no child ever has to grieve alone.

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Thank you and have GREAT week!