PLL Newsletter – Clarity – April 2017

Clarity:We Are What We Repeatedly Do "We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit."-- Will Durant At 62 years old, my father is suffering from increasingly advanced dementia. In October of 2016, I had the good fortune of spending 11 days with him, and while the disease was evident, he was perfectly lucid. In fact, I'd call it the best time I've ever spent with him. Now, a handful of months later, he → Read more

PLL Newsletter – Clarity – April 20172017-04-01T07:00:57-04:00

PLL Newsletter – Courage – April 2017

Courage: Discovering the Courage to Sail Rough Seas Max Lucado recounts about ancient ocean maps that were so incomplete in the 1400s that sailors wrote notes on the unchartered areas of the maps. Not knowing what's ahead on an ocean is especially fearful when there is no land in view and no knowledge there will be. They wrote things like, "Here be dragons," and in another place, "Here be demons," and "Here be sirens." A master mariner who was a → Read more

PLL Newsletter – Courage – April 20172017-04-01T07:00:33-04:00

PLL Newsletter – Conviction – April 2017

Conviction: Leaning into the Reminders It was just past 6 o'clock on a Friday night and I was laying on the couch with tear-stained cheeks and puffy eyes to match. I put on a comedy in attempts to brighten my mood, but the effects were minimal. There was a knock on the door and in rushed my sister-in-law with a package in tow. "I saw the shipping confirmation and I knew you'd be needing this for tomorrow, so I wanted → Read more

PLL Newsletter – Conviction – April 20172017-04-01T07:00:04-04:00