Houses of the Holy

Led Zeppelin CD back cover
Led Zeppelin – Houses of the Holy, 1973.

Houses of the Holy may be the most underrated Led Zeppelin album.

Maybe hearing it at 14, the same year a Glacier National Park visit blew my mind, makes this a special album.

Maybe it’s the theme of a Holy House and HQ.

What did you do today to make your home a little better (holier?) than yesterday?

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What habit did you make stronger today?

Led Zeppelin cd collection
Favorite Rock and Roll Band. First album was a Christmas present from my same-age 13-year old cousin Redwood. Led Zeppelin (untitled, but referred to as IV) is the first album i owned.

What habit did you make stronger today?

Why did you make it stronger?

What did you do to celebrate your improvement?

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Risk never procrastinates

Box full of neck ties
Prioritized priorities help make your yeses and your noes easier to commit to. Donated 100+ neckties. Why? Because wearing ties no longer is important. Wearing ties is still important to someone else.

Habitually procrastinating because you are not organized is a risk.

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Yes or no priorities

Disney podcast website
Serendipitous that it is exactly 100 episodes. Interesting to know the first 22 episodes from Season 1 and 2 are simply practice episodes.

Yes or no priorities.

What the heck?

Yes you have prioritized priorities.

No you do not have prioritized priorities.

It’s either a heck yes, or it’s a no.

Once again, thank you for saying heck yes to this.

It makes perfect sense that an intelligent person sees this statement as obviously incorrect: “Living without prioritized priorities is good for you long-term.”

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Some are great at research

A great researcher starts to uncover a plethora of data. Pastor Chuck and i reached a point where my next move is limited to research. Research will provide a new next move, but that won’t be discovered without deep and broad research.

Leadership.

Great leadership is clear about values, goals, expectations.

Great leaders develop their people by holding them accountable. The same way a parent does for a child.

It’s a common sense insight that often gets lost in a busy world. The world is always a busy place. Take a look at your calendar.

Looking at #3 in the photo above and knowing Orange County has a 60dB tolerance, we move to permits and zoning.

And we are ever mindful acceptable standards for Churches in the past will receive new scrutiny in a Covid-enlightened world.

No single business (classifying Churches as non-profit businesses here for the sake of discussion) has a mission that trumps someone else’s rights. Not in America. Not in residential America. Not in my opinion.

No one is above the law.

As a Christian, it concerns me that Christian leadership believes they have a special privilege that repeatedly exempts them from what would be a blatant code violation for any one of my neighbors, including me.

Does a residential neighborhood forfeit their right to peace and quiet when a Church moves in on the other side of the chain link fence?

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