Life Plan: a PDF

“What Do You Want To Do With Your Life?”
 Your Life Plan To Find Your Answer
 By: Hans Glint
 Life Planning Coach

Hans Glint has written the Mother-Of-All Life Plans and he gives this 136 pg workbook away for free.

Hi, I am Hans Glint.  I am a life planning coach and author of What Do You Want To Do With Your Life?.  For years I was wondering what to do with my life.  To find my answer, I travelled around the globe in both directions, read hundreds of books and thousands of articles in the pursuit of an answer.  I came to realize that there is no one answer to this question to find “out there” you need to create your answer yourself by making a conscious decision about the life you want to live.

Now this might be obvious, yet making this conscious decision about your life is the most delicate and difficult task.

How do you actually do that? You will want to organize your numerous thoughts about your life, you will want to get clear on your alternatives for your life in order to be able to make the decision.

To help you in this endeavor, I have written “What Do You Want To Do With Your Life?”.  This is a 136-page workbook that will help you organize your thoughts and visualize your alternatives. You will then be able to make your decision on the life you want to live.  The book is very much a straightforward, hands-on approach to life planning.

My personal mission is to help people of all ages to decide what to do with their lives. I am therefore giving the workbook away for free. You can download the 136-page workbook in PDF format right here for free.  I even encourage you to pass the book on to your friends.

Above at the top of this page in the title is a link to a .PDF. It’s the mother of all Life Plan workbooks by Hans Glint. I’m giving it to you for free in hopes that you will read it. Fill it out. Work through the questions and concepts. Find ways to propel yourself into a better you, a better tomorrow, and a better understanding of how you want to live the rest of your life. Take this opportunity to empower yourself. Really!

  • Print this out
  • Be a lifelong learner.
  • Study
  • Make a binder
  • Read
  • Strive to be all you can be.
  • Answer the questions honestly
  • Put some thought into this
  • Live with passion
  • Set goals
  • Understand the balance
  • Integrate your spiritual life
  • Read it in conjunction with the Bible
  • Think!
  • Muster up the courage
  • Be bold

(REPOST): Passover & Easter In these Times – 2012

I excerpted from and

Passover and Easter — intrinsically linked in the Jewish and Christian traditions — are being celebrated this weekend. For observant Jews, Passover commemorates the Hebrews’ liberation from slavery under Egypt’s Pharaoh. For faithful Christians, Easter is a celebration of Jesus’ resurrection from the grave and the fulfillment of a new covenant between God and man. Biblical passages in Exodus 12, Matthew 28, Mark 16, Luke 24 and John 20 describe these historical events and the reasons for festivities among people of faith. But this year, these holidays are a time of extraordinary anxiety for Christians and Jews in the Middle East.The Egyptian Pharaohs and Roman emperors are gone. Yet Jews and Christians now living in the region must contend with new lethal threats: the hatred of radical Islamists seizing power from Tunisia to Syria; vicious sectarian cleansing; and the prospect of being incinerated by an Iranian nuclear weapon. Tragically, all this is being facilitated by the catastrophic incompetence, malfeasance, naivete and hubris of an American president — with the complicity of the mainstream media.        In the days leading up to this year’s Passover and Easter holidays, we have seen no fewer than three “leaks” of sensitive information from the U.S. government about possible Israeli plans to stop the ayatollahs in Iran from building nuclear weapons. Stories in Foreign Policy magazine, Bloomberg News and ABC News — all sourced to anonymous White House, Pentagon, State Department and congressional officials — allege that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has consummated a secret military alliance with the autocratic government in Azerbaijan to use Azeri airfields in the event of an Israeli attack on Iranian nuclear sites. When questioned about the stories, White House and State Department spokesmen claim to have “no information” to confirm the validity of the information.


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Without Love

If love is the soul of Christian existence, it must be at the heart of every other Christian virtue. Thus, for example, justice without love is legalism; faith without love is ideology; hope without love is self-centeredness; forgiveness without love is self-abasement; fortitude without love is recklessness; generosity without love is extravagance; care without love is mere duty; fidelity without love is servitude. Every virtue is an expression of love. No virtue is really a virtue unless it is permeated, or informed, by love. — Fr. Richard P. McBrien

1 Corinthians 13:1-8

If I speak with the tongues of men and of angels, but do not have love, I have become a noisy gong or a clanging cymbal. 2 If I have the gift of prophecy, and know all mysteries and all knowledge; and if I have all faith, so as to remove mountains, but do not have love, I am nothing. 3 And if I give all my possessions to feed the poor, and if I surrender my body to be burned, but do not have love, it profits me nothing. Love is patient, love is kind and is not jealous; love does not brag and is not arrogant, does not act unbecomingly; it does not seek its own, is not provoked, does not take into account a wrong suffered, does not rejoice in unrighteousness, but rejoices with the truth; bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. Love never fails; but if there are gifts of prophecy, they will be done away; if there are tongues, they will cease; if there is knowledge, it will be done away.

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Freedom to Believe in Nothing: A Response to the Non-Believer’s view of Christian Politicians

words to this poem by Jeff Bethke can be found here

Couple thoughts:

  • Nobody follows a Nihilist to the death
  • Christianity, like Islam has become distorted in the secular eye. We don’t even see the pillars or truths anymore, just the exceptions. I have yet to see the true principles of ChristiansMuslimsBuddhistsHindusSikhs find their way into government policy.
  • American Politicians aren’t religious. They are Capitalists, conmen, swindlers, impostor, deceiver, & double-dealers. In their arsenal, they carry a
    Fading into Nihilism
    Fading into Nihilism (Photo credit: bryankennedy)

    terrible group of lies to pitch their own egos/agendas. Unfortunately, at this point in time, we cannot count on our political system to pump out Capitalists who are righteous, religious men or women. Make no mistake about it – our judicial system is corrupt, our political system is corrupt.

  • Religious pluralism is the way to go. What’s also interesting is that: even believing in nothing is a religion/school of thought. We need to respect other schools of thought. There is a way to come to the table, respecting each others beliefs / belief systems. Continue reading “Freedom to Believe in Nothing: A Response to the Non-Believer’s view of Christian Politicians”