It’s very hard for most of us to really dive into the present and accept where we are right now.
Oh, maybe we want something more, better, newer, WARMER. (For those of you experiencing a blizzard!) More fun, more action, more youth, more more.
I put up this photo that my friend Janet took a few months before she died. She sent it to me and wrote, “Just enjoying each day and trying to stay serene and grateful for all that I’ve had in life.”
None of us knows when our last day on earth will be. But we do know that we’re all going to reach that exit door and have to walk out through it.
So let’s make the most of today. It’s all we have. It’s our own; it’s what we make of it. And it’s not going to last forever. Let’s try not to wait until our final hours to really live the lives we have been given. Let’s try to really feel grateful and present in our lives.
Tool For Tuesday: What if this is the last photo you take? What would you do differently?