A variety of ideas on having enjoying the final weeks of summer. Many of these ideas came from little Mitch.
Whether you act on these ideas or get inspired to do something different, this resource will bless your family.
A short story about Mitch and outer-space and an inspirational video about observing the total solar eclipse.
Originally this section was created for those who wanted to observe it. Today, it’s a look back and reflection on the bigger thoughts that experience evoked.
An introductory tutorial on discovering the power of everyday moments and how to capture them.
In this sample tutorial you'll learn some practical ideas to take better in-the-moment photos of life.
TWO OF OUR FAVORITE PODCASTS ON THE IMPORTANCE OF PLAY AND FINDING JOY
In this episode, TED speakers describe how all forms of amusement — from tossing a ball to video games — can make us smarter, saner and more collaborative. (Original broadcast date: March 27, 2015)
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Where Joy Hides
When we focus so much on achievement and success, it's easy to lose sight of joy. This hour, TED speakers search for joy in unexpected places, and explain why it's crucial to a fulfilling life.
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This month our essays will focus on the theme of making moments count. These essays will explore unexpected moments with Mitch that taught us how to better appreciate the moment while in the moment. We'll also explore some lessons in coping with loss.
Being Seen - What happens when we pay attention to little things.
On Silence & Suffering - Exploring the troubles we sometimes encounter that sometimes push us to suffer in silence.
Eclipse 2017 - A photo journal of our family's journey to capture the total eclipse in Madras, Oregon.
While the Sun is Shining - How the pursuit of good times helps during difficult times.
Discovering Significance in Sorrow - Just after Mitchell's body was moved to the chapel for is funeral, a discovery about finding significance.
You Are Enough - An essay about an old friend who used his spiritual gift to lift Mitch realize he was enough, and more.