I’m thinking that it’s time for some big thinking, especially when there’s so much small thinking from big people.
Here’s what’s got me thinking about big thinking:
Let’s build on big thinking by avoiding small and petty thinking.
Do you see any big thinking in my other photos from yesterday?
Here‘s an animated book review of The Magic of Thinking Big.
Here‘s “Thinking Big” by Alumo.
I’m looking forward to some big thinking in some small comments, below.
Big thanks to all who helped me create this big thinking post and — of course! — to YOU!
Categories: personal growth, photojournalism, politics
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“Together again for the first time” is
- a phrase that has appeared many times on superhero comic book covers,
- somewhat confusing,
- the title of today’s post, and
- inspired by a photo I took last night when I was together again with Boston’s Fenway Park for the first time sitting in the outfield to see Bonnie Raitt and James Taylor, who were together again for the last time on their current tour.
The world and I have been together since 1953 and so have the Boston Red Sox and The Jimmy Fund — “the oldest and most successful partnership between a sports team and a charity in the nation.”
The photos in this blog post are together again for the first time, starting now:
My iPhone and I are together again for the first time today creating this post (because my laptop won’t load my photos) and for some reason, my iPhone is putting my pictures together again for the first time in reverse chronological order. The words in that previous sentence are together again for the first time and I hope it’s the last time, too, because I’m going to the Apple Store today to get my technology together again for the first time in a few months.
At this point, I need to get myself together again and decide which music goes together with today’s blog.
If I close my eyes, I can still see James Taylor and Bonnie Raitt singing beautifully together again for the last time on their 2017 tour.
I’m gathering my gratitude together again, so thanks to all who helped me create this together-again-for-the-first-time post and to you — of course! — for getting yourself together again to visit here, now.