How Would You Benefit By Seeing Through Another’s Eyes?

In all things in nature, there is something of the marvelous. Aristotle

Teach me good judgment. Psalm 119:66

Tomorrow, I’m on a week-long trip to Nebraska to do research for my next book, The Boot Maker’s Wife. People frequently judge Nebraska from what they see from out their car window as they cruise up I80 at 80 MPH. This is not all there is to Nebraska. 

Nebraska was my first home, it’s where I grew up, it’s where my ancestors, on both sides, began their journey to make a difference. The endless horizon, the friendly people, the fields of grain, and the smell of cattle bring me joy. Even though I’ve lived away for fifty-five years, my heart is still in Nebraska.

The beauty of nature, as all things, is in the eye of the beholder. Behold the beauty of Nebraska. (Watch for my daily, “Nebraska Through My Eyes,” photos on Facebook)

Affirmation: Nature is marvelous.

Coaching questions: What do you judge from the place of limited knowledge? Where does your heart live?

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