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  1. Rick Illes
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    A good life is what you did, not what you didn’t do for “sensible” reasons. You’ll never regret it kevin!

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    • admin
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      Amen Rick! Thanks for reading my friend.

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  2. Sandra Soczka
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    So happy for you all. Looks like the trip of a lifetime on many levels!!

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    • admin
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      Thanks Sandra! I’m so grateful for the experience we had.

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  3. Tia
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    Your article blessed me beyond what I could imagine the Word “someday ” could ever mean to me. Like you said, “the greatest is on the other side”. Thank you for taking the time to share your experience and your amazing trip. The article inspired me to not think negatively about the things I’ve put off for and to work on my plan. To put it into “active action”. My “someday” has been really dusty on as shelf and I need to not let it sit any longer. May God continue to bless you and your family.

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      Thanks so much Tia. That truly means a lot. Go for it! Write down those plans you have for the future and talk to those people close in your life who will help you move forward with it. I’m so glad this article was helpful for you. God bless!

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  4. Regina
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    Hi Kevin,
    First off I am so excited to come across your blog page. You are a gifted teacher that harbors my mind as I stop and listen to you speak and teach at various meetings. You really are amazing. I understand the “someday” . Since I was very young I wanted to go to Africa, and I would befriend missionaries on furlough and ask many questions of their experiences. I would read about it. My daughter got involved in the Invisible Children campaign and I helped her, but I think I over took her passion! oops! Then my “someday” happened when I got opportunity to go to Uganda with our church. My heart was there, but it was God that made that “someday” happen as the full support came in. I remember showing my passport at the first airport and could not believe this was happening….and then walking out of the last airport into Africa, into the mosquito infested air, late at night, with smoke and little fire pits everywhere as we traveled. It smelled so different as well. My “someday” came true, and I went 2 more times after that. I cant get enough. My next someday would be to live there – “someday” LOL!!

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