The Magnolia

One of the highlights of this past week was our time in Nebraska. Sara and I were able to have our meetings at the Magnolia in Omaha. I love staying at unique hotels and beautiful locations. It adds so much to everyone’s experience. Ambience is an important part of inspiring us to greatness. There were some tender mercies in Nebraska. Things that unite and inspire us. It is what makes a Tribe and draws more to the cause. There was an opportunity to change the world for one. Hugs, tears and Joy.

This past two weeks were full of memories. I am excited to be returning home but I have so appreciated the time spent with so many people. In two weeks I have enjoyed the beaches and beauty of Hawaii. The sound of rain and witnessed a level of compassion I will never forget in Nebraska. Celebrated with friends and family at Homecoming and enjoyed the colors of Fall in Utah. My heart is full.

I saved the best pic for last. This is a Glass Jar. It is very unassuming but it possesses a unique quality. You can fill it with many things but there is one thing above all else that these Jars hold.


The most beautiful thing I have witnessed over the last few years is these glass Jars of various sizes filled with money. These precious dollars have been used to make a difference in the lives of many. Magically on many occasions a sponsor or individual has matched the donations given. There is much love in this World. I saw magic happen again this past week. I will never tire of it. I hope every time she looks at that Jar she will remember Love unleashed.

One thought on “The Magnolia

  1. “The things you do for yourself are gone when you are gone, but the things you do for others remain as your legacy.”
    Kalu Ndukwe Kalu

    Thank you for all you do!

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