Status Report on the Water4Gas experiment.

Some of you may remember I started an experiment a few months ago to determine if I could substantially reduce my gasoline usage by using a product that you can attach to your car’s engine called an ‘electrolyser.’ I had purchased the detailed instructions and had built 3 of the units when my two vehicles…

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Mindful Abundance Balanced with Simplicity

Today I’m sharing an article about a subject that’s ‘in the air’ here at Life On Purpose as we prepare for the Purposeful Prosperity Edition of the Living the Fulfilled Life Program that starts on June 2nd (Only 2 seats remain). What exactly does the phrase, “mindful abundance balanced with simplicity” that’s a central part…

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Life On Purpose On Retirement Living

Well, you know the old saying, a picture is worth a thousand words. If that’s true I wonder how many words a video is worth. This short video captures very well what I’ve dedicated my life to. I hope you enjoy it.

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WHEN ONE CRIES, THE OTHER TASTES SALT (Part 2)

We continue with the interview with Bo Lozoff, founder of the Human Kindness Foundation. Are you saying that part of what has led to the high divorce rate is that we are not using marriage for the way it was intended? That’s right. Two people fall in love and they get married. For whatever reason…

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The Birth of Life On Purpose Institute

At Life On Purpose Institute we believe everyone should follow their purpose and passion in life and that doing so will never lead you astray even when you aren’t completely clear where it will lead you.  I call it “following the breadcrumbs of your passion” and it’s actually how Life On Purpose Institute began. I…

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Remember Mandisa of American Idol Season 5?

Ok, I’m an American Idol fan. While I’m not all that keen on the first part of each season where they seem to stress showing those with ‘less talent,’ I do love the show once everyone heads to Hollywood. Recently I found an interesting interview by one of season 5’s contestant, Mandisa. Remember her? She…

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Blake Lewis, Sanjaya – Lessons on Being Yourself

Well, my prediction was right. Of course, predicting that Jordin Sparks would become the next American Idol last night was not hard. After all, I had a 50-50 chance, plus she sang well on Tuesday. Yes, there’s also something to note about Blake Lewis, the runner up, and even Sanjaya, who left the show early…

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And the Next American Idol is….

Well, I really don’t know but unlike Paula I’m going out on a limb and making my ‘purposeful prediction’ that Jordin Sparks will be crowned the next American Idol. Not only did she ‘sweep the floor with Blake Lewis’ on that last song, an accurate though crass description of Simon’s, but in my estimation she…

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My Biggest Spiritual Mistakes In Business #1

By Michele Lisenbury Christensen Download SpiritualMistakesInBusiness.pdf

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Friday Night Lights – Something for Everyone

TELEVISION ON PURPOSE – Friday Night Lights – Something for Everyone I confess. I enjoy watching television when I can find something good on, which with the ‘reality TV’ virus continuing to infect the networks, it’s becoming harder to find entertaining TV, which is also inspirational, and with some socially redeeming value. At least that’s…

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