A lifetime may seem like a long time. However, it does not seem so when we examine it in terms of “miles” and “milestones” rather than years. Only one person in 10,000 lives to see their 100 birthday. Most people die within the Age of the Bonus Mile (right after the Age of the Last Mile).
This is an outline of The Seven Milestones of Life.
As I wrote down My Daily Code and My Code of Ethics, I decided I should also pen My Code of Success: Twenty-Five Rules for Success in Life and Business.
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Believe it or not there is a list of 100 words that dictionary editors think High School Grads should know!
In my humble attempt to find out how well my neighbors would do against this list, I took a small survey. It seems no one I know, can use all the words on this list! Check it out yourself, do you know what ALL these words mean? Continue reading “100 Words Most High School Graduates (and Their Parents) Do Not Know!”
In the USA today almost all major roads are marked with what people call “mile markers.” These are post that show where you are on the highway. Although they are usually much closer than a mile apart, they get their names from the old English Mile Stones. A heavy stone that was placed by the sides of the road, one each mile, so you would know how far you traveled.
The Seven Milestones of Life
As we travel on our journey down the road of life there are many things we can call the Milestones of Life… This is about one that I noticed everyone seems to have. Continue reading “The Seven Milestones of Life!”