Lead a Quiet Life

Every word in this recreation of ambition presents a challenge to my old mode of operations and the environment that I reside.

There is not all that much that is quiet today. Noise abounds in the background, noise abounds from the screens, and noise abounds in my head. Quiet is pretty foreign in the moment.

Then there is “lead”. I thought to “lead” was an action that put a man on point in front of other men. Today, it seems that everyone is being developed to be a leader. A leader in their field. A leader in their organization. A leader in their battalion. But, “lead” to a quiet life? Hmmm…doesn’t seem like that will lead to many followers.

Then there is “life”. What a frame. Life is such a word that challenges time definitions. Does one mean the life they are living today in this very moment? Does one mean the life that they may live for the next few decades? Does one mean the story of their life lived that may even go beyond the days of life experienced in this reality?

Lead a Quiet Life? Lead who? How? For how long?

Roving Culture Quiz Team

RoadtripN Sunrise

How are things going down your lane? Ever stop to seek feedback? Ever stop to share a little?

The roving culture quiz team has left the station packing a nifty quiz tool for pass out along the way. Stop down for a second. Take the quiz. It won’t take but a minute.

The change could just be right around the corner.

BOOM! Returns onto the Road

Kichwa Tembo

It can nearly become too serious and tragic business when one starts to lose their sense of humor about this whole safari thing. Just cruising along, dreaming of elephants and rhinoceroses. Then, BOOM! Why not become a lion tamer?

Why not show that lion a trick or two? What’s the lion pride strutting around for anyway? Surely, we could better manage the circus, right?

It’s a nice, tough lesson to learn that there is something to be said for just cruising along, dreaming of elephants and rhinoceroses.