The 8 Valuable Lessons 2020 Taught Me

From the importance of humor and asking questions to the wisdom of nature and the benefits of digging deep to live in integrity, 2020 had a lot to offer

An early-winter sunset over a river in Japan, one of many pictures of Nature I took this year. (Photo: Author)

8. Momentum Only Happens If You Start In the First Place

7. Music Is Still The Best Medicine

The first video I saw back in March. His channel has really grown this year and he deserves it! Love him!

6. Asking Questions Is Just As Important As Providing Answers

5. Humor Is Essential For Living in an Inhumane World

4. The Wisdom of Nature is An Endless Resource

Recorded on a walk on the final day of 2020, here are some more of my reflections on this crazy year!

3. Plans Can Change And That’s Okay, Even if It Doesn’t Seem Like It At The Time

2. Breathe, Breathe, Breathe

1. Integrity Matters

A Serious Fool who writes about: Personal/collective growth, politics, love of Nature/Humanity, Japan, podcasting, humor, and being a hippie in Service to Life.

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