199: Lessons I Learned From My Dad

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I have told you on several occasions that the people you meet daily are teachers.  Each of them show you a little more about what it means to connect to your higher self, the version of you that is kind, loving and fearless.  There certainly are people each day that teach you lessons.  But there  are also people who stay with you for longer periods of time, teaching you more substantial lessons, ones that can't be taught in one "sitting"

I continue to be blessed with several of these people.  For the most part they are my family.  My parents together and separately have instilled in me the true meaning of life.  Today I want to share with you the lessons my Dad has passed on to me in the hopes that I can be the conduit for you.  That you can grow like I did from his wisdom.

Question of the Day 

What is one major thing you learned from your Dad or the father figure in your life.

Action of the Day

Share your gratitude for those lessons with that person.


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