Bucket List

By Dwayne Clark, CEO on November 17, 2008 9:57 AM

I am a sucker for a good movie. One where I can lay on the couch with my family and really relate to what the movie is trying to convey. I saw such a movie last week called The Bucket List.

Without ruining the movie for those who haven’t seen it yet, it is about joy and finding it in your life.

Too often we get caught up in the monotony of the immediate and the routine. Day in and day out we live our lives reacting to daily chores and emergent issues and seldom do we plan for the extraordinary events that bring us joy.

I have listened to hundreds if not thousands of residents say, “I wish….” Watch this movie today and you will never make this statement again.

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