Regardless of what society tells us, we were created to be totally dependent upon God physically, emotionally, and spiritually. The problem is we have put ourselves at the center of our lives and moved God out to the periphery as we try to satisfy all of our desires and ambitions. Only after life begins to "hit the fan" do we realize that "something" is missing. Unfortunately, as powerless human beings we continue to substitute the yearning in our hearts for spiritual and emotional needs with the acquisition of worldly possessions. However, the gnawing emptiness within not only remains, it turns us numb as we continue our search for more of life's gusto. Developing physical, emotional, and spiritual reflex responses is critical to a purpose filled life. To those who feel there is a more fulfilling way to live, let these tips be your playbook for both games. A former golf professional and golf coach, Bill Carlucci resides in Connecticut with his wife Maria of 30 years and two daughters Emily, 24 and Leah, 18. He has played a strong role with the Chamber of Commerce and the Southwest Area (CT) Commerce and Industry Association. He is a past member of the Board of Directors of both Stamford Hospice and the Stamford Youth Foundation. Bill received training in Christian Care-giving, Christ Care Small Group Leadership and as a Prison Fellowship volunteer. He is both a licensed and ordained member of the clergy Bill's ministry is to train people of all ages to manage life using the same mental focus and strategies used in golf. The ministry uses the unifying relationship building opportunities golf provides to break down denominational and racial walls currently standing in the way of unityamong Christians.