Episode 36: Reflections On a Life Lived In Joyful Service To Others

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In this episode, I’ll fill you in on where I am two weeks after the very unexpected loss of my dad, what I’ve learned, and what feels different.

Journaling Prompts from Episode 36

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Episode 36 Notes:

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Here are some of the topics we touch on in this episode.  
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Unexpected passing away of my dad
Death is a universal experience
At some point we will all experience the death of someone we love
Francophile
The burning of Notre Dame
Thinking through feelings in a 9 hour solo car ride
Can’t wrap my head around that my dad is gone
We only actually get so much life
Getting to help people every day
Joyfully serving others
Living an entire life that’s an act of service to others
Snail mail is my love language
I asked my dad to be my pen pal
Live your life in such a way that the people in your life know you love them
Tell your parents or your loved ones that you love them.  Call them regularly.  Say it often.  Hug them every chance you get.
Death is the ultimate teacher
Receiving humbling seeds of love and support
Reaping the benefits of the seeds that my dad planted
We couldn’t be sad in the outpouring of love
Live my life in such a way that I’m sowing seeds of love and support
Aspiring to do as much good as I can in service in the way that is unique to who I am.
The death of my dad is teaching me how you act when people loss loved ones
Part of a horrible club that no-one wants to be a part of. 
There is always something to learn from darkness
Sow love where ever I can
Develop my patience wherever I can
Others are fighting hard battles that I know nothing about
Do as much good in the world as I can
Tomorrow truly isn’t promised
Life is so very short and precious
If we were to die tomorrow what would we want to be known for?  What would we want to have accomplished
Death is the ultimate teacher
Start before you’re ready
How can you be in joyful service to others while taking care of yourself?
What seeds do you want to plant in this life?