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INVENTION, OPPORTUNITY AND ENDLESS POSSIBILITY
I love beginnings. I love the excitement, the anticipation, the dreams of what will be.
to follow a real passion. The lies told helped us recognize the actual truth. We learned that we no longer were held back by our past, because we could invent our future. That’s something Mare and I try to teach our children. If life is invented, why not invent something wonderful? Why not invent a place of opportunity? Of creation? Of happiness? Of inclusion?
Clearly, I love thinking about the New Year. It’s a great time to shake off whatever happened the year before and move forward.
A few years ago, it had been a particularly bad year. I had a number of personal disappointments. And it seemed like a lot of my closest friends had been through the same thing. We were done with January through December. We decided a cleanse was in order, so we gathered a bunch of calendars from that year. We then got together on New Year’s Eve and lit a bonfire. Standing around the fire, each of us would find a particular date, rip out that entry, and declare why it was terrible. We would then crumple it up and throw it into the fire, releasing that bad day to the universe. We danced around the fire and celebrated.
Happy New Year from the Love-O’Keefe Family - Francine, Maryann, Keagan & Caleb
I’ve heard it said that life is 10 percent what happens to you and 90 percent how you react. I believe that.
This year, my wish for everyone is that we each embrace the possibility that is around us. That we look not for how things are not, but for how we want them to be. That we view our setbacks as teaching points, our opposition as wise counsel, and our failures as an opportunity to try again with better experience. The worst thing in life is to live with regret — the unspoken word; the ungiven gift; the unspent time with a loved one.
It was amazing and cathartic. We learned something that night – it’s all invented. What do I mean?
Nothing had actually changed. The bad events that had happened on those days had still happened on those days. The events were unchanged, but our perception of them was profoundly different. The terrible breakup was no longer a devastation; it was a release. The job loss was not a setback, but an opportunity
Let this be the year we are fearless.
From our family to yours, here’s to an amazing 2019!
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