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Ideas on pursuing our individual dreams, not the dreams of others. Learning to hear our inner voice t

Just Rolling with It

February 26 · Issue #85 · View online
Pursuing our dreams, not theirs.

Ideas on pursuing our individual dreams, not the dreams of others. Learning to hear our inner voice to guide us toward them while filtering out the noise of modern society’s dream pushers.

Your feedback keeps me rolling. My gratitude to each of you who have spent time and attention replying to the newsletter.
I’m woefully behind on responding. My goal is to respond to each and every response you send. I still intend to do so.
In the meantime, I thought I’d share, anonymously, some feedback I’ve received. 😊
Here’s a sampler -
Appreciated this (issue) : ) …Each day the topic of fear in the body somehow shows itself in the teaching. Our fears and ideas of limitation hold us back, and we think it’s the body. Letting go of grips in the body allows for letting go in the mind.
Chris your fear story hits too close to home, I similarly found myself dealing with a serious anxiety attack (recently)…But similar to you, beneath the fear I found greater understanding about myself.
That’s a banger of (an issue) to start the year.
Really enjoying the JRWI emails and the honesty and reflection that comes with them. Fear and anxiety resonate with many and openly battling those to live a better and healthier life is inspiring. Looking forward to more.
You are so right about listening to one’s inner voice regarding their individual dreams. Regret is the worst thing in life.
Responses like this are the fuel that keeps these issues going. Please keep the feedback coming 🙏
Catch you next week,
Photo of the Week
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Semi-Random Thoughts
I released my first app to the App Store recently. I’m feeling excited about this! It’s a side project that’s been stuck in my consciousness for a couple of years. I was finally able to focus attention on it, starting last November, to push it through to release.
The app’s called Callcard Connect. It’s a simple and awkward-free way to exchange contact info with someone you meet. I’ve shared early versions with people along the way. They’ve responded favorably to it.
If you’ve ever found yourself fumbling with your phone to exchange contact info with someone, losing business cards or never getting around to adding them to your contacts, check-out Callcard Connect. Please let me know what you think if you do and thanks. 🙏
Current Reading List
The Cabin Porn Book
How to Build Your Dream Cabin in the Woods: The Ultimate Guide to Building and Maintaining a Backcountry Getaway by J. Wayne Fears
The Abundance of Less: Lessons in Simple Living from Rural Japan by Andy Couturier
Music of the Week
VAULTS || Kerri Chandler Live @ GASM, London, Ladbroke Grove 1994 by Madhouse Records | Free Listening on SoundCloud
Podcast of the Week
#99 – Thriving Versus Surviving – with David McQueen & Jerry Colonna by The Reboot Podcast | Free Listening on SoundCloud
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