my word for 2014

simplify

Last year I chose one word to define my last year.  I was challenged by a dear friend, Jimmy Page, who spoke at our church about the task last year. Well he was at it again this year and so after praying about it, I realized that over this next year, I want to think about things in a much simpler way.  I want to want for less.  I want to be more grateful for the things that I have.  I am so lucky and so fortunate for all that I have.  I took for granted the things that I was blessed with last year.  This year, I need to change that.  So what’s your word for the year?  If you’re looking for ideas, maybe start by reading Jimmy Page’s book!

 

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January 8, 2014

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