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Alive and Well

As so very often happens in life, things come that are sometimes expected and other times not so much. For those of you wondering I am still alive and well. I’ve been busy working at my family’s ranch, so I haven’t had time to write or post anything. It’s been a crazy week and a half. I’ll be sharing the details with you over the next couple of weeks. But until then keep on living life to fullest.
-Roland K



The 5-senses showdown: How to grade your experiences

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[ted_talkteaser id=1806]Sight. Sound. Touch. Taste. Smell.

We all know the five senses by heart and yet, points out designer Jinsop Lee in today’s talk, few products and experiences tick all five. And thus he created “5 senses graphs” to grade objects on how well they play to each of our assorted senses on a scale of 1 to 10. Riding a motorcycle = good on all but smell and taste. Instant noodles = good on all but sight and sound.

Watch this whimsical talk, which will have you grading almost everything as you go about your day. (Reading email = low on sound, taste and smell. Walking down the street = low on touch.) And below, we asked Lee to use his scale to compare some great experiences to explain why some are just a little more compelling.

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Surprise!!! Seriously that’s it. I’ve got no deep thoughts on how to live life or life stories. If you were expecting something more than that I’m sorry. I just don’t know what to post on Sundays… Hopefully I’ll think of something by next Sunday that can become a regular theme for Sunday’s. Until then keep living life to the full!

-Roland K

P.S I might post something later this evening… But don’t get your hopes up.

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We are all ships…

Here’s an excellent challenge to step out of your comfort zone! Hopefully this post will challenge and make you think about your safe harbors. I know it made me think about mine!
-Roland K

The Abuse Expose' with Secret Angel


Yesterday I heard someone speak who gave this quote…

“A ship is safe in harbor, but that’s not what ships are for.”—quote by William Shedd

This person continued to give the analogy of children being ships; the parents’ home as being the harbor; the parents as being the lighthouses; the teachers being the Coast Guard who guides these children as they get older. This person continued to say that children get into their own boat as they get older and have to make their own choices.  The Lighthouse is there, the Coast Guard is there, and the harbor is there, but these boats have their own decisions to make in which direction that they want to go…

Well, my thought was that not only are our children like boats, but we are all ships sailing in the night…

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