“Bye, I will see you on …………”, that’s what I tell my clients at the end of every session. Sometimes, I don’t get to keep those words because they are not a hundred percent mine to make happen.
In August, I had a week of forced rest. I was too sick to work. I couldn’t see my clients like I said I would. I was too weak to be a wife and mother. All my plans were placed on hold.
Reflecting on my sudden illness reminds me that life is like vapor. James 4:14 says: “whereas you do not know what will happen tomorrow. For what is your life? It is even a vapor that appears for a little time and then vanishes away.”
With that Bible verse in mind let us:
Live like we are dying.
Love like we are dying.
Love like we have never been hurt.
Cherish every moment.
Chase what matters.
Enjoy the little beginnings.
Say ‘I love you’ more often.
Spread the gospel of love.
Have a blessed day! ♥️
I love this. I read somewhere once that the antidote to fear of losing a loved one, and a pillar of resiliency, is presence in the moment, and making the precious time we have count. I don’t always do this perfectly, but it’s something I always try to remember.
I agree with you. We need to practice the act of being present and value each moment with our loved ones. Thank you for reflecting with me. Stay blessed!
Amen little sister. Make the most of each day because we do not know how many days we have left.
Yes! So, we will continue to write and leave a legacy of love. Thank you big brother! 🙂
Love that idea of continue to write and leave a legacy of love 🙂
You’re so right sis. We need to make the best of the days we have left here on earth. And cherish every moment. ❤️❤️
I am learning to cherish every moment. Most times, I find myself thinking about what’s next and the end of a season. Thank you for reflecting with me.
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