A New Year of Hope
The New Year. I don’t usually mention dates in my podcasts as I try to make them fairly timeless for the most part. But today is New Year’s Day January 1st 2016 and I want to talk about last year and the many years ahead. Experiences towards the end of the year were pretty profound for me and I want to share some of my insights and I also want to take this opportunity as the New Year dawns to define more clearly what the future could be like in a few generations. In my view of course as always. I would love to hear your perspective. Please comment below.
This podcast became the first of a two or three-part series. I was not be able to finish the topics I stated at the beginning in the time I had allotted. I will continue the story in the next podcast scheduled two weeks hence. I want to complete the story of what happened when my dad came to live with me and I want to give it the time it deserves for it is the heart of the story. And I mean heart in the deepest sense. I learned lots of things from my parents but the one thing that is most important to me to identify in the learning area is what were the best – and worst – but what were the best qualities that they possessed and did I get that too?
This podcast set the stage and put the steps in place that allowed the story to progress as it did. In the next podcast I will talk of the honor and sense of duty and doing what your heart tells you is right, what the love inside of me tells me is right. I hope to convey a sense of what it means to have values and live by them. How very enriching that is for my life. And what it means for my future and my vision of the future for my world. I want to talk about how that gives me hope for the future and what I can do to make it a peaceful future. And as I mentioned in the opening, what a futuristic society looks like in my mind. Well, some of it anyway.
So the story will continue in the next podcast picking up with the last details that led to my dad coming to live with me and culminating with the final 8 days of his life’s journey.
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