I have been around an increasing number of people lately that have been extremely ill, either acutely or chronicaly. All ages, young and old, but mostly in between. And of course seniors in their 70's and even late 80's. There have passed some anniversaries of the deaths of special people in my life. Death . . . it's something we can't avoid. We all end up there somehow.
But it may be closer than we know. We all start dying the second we are born.
So why do we as humans waste so much time?
Why do we hold grudges? Why are we hateful? Why do we nurture anger?
And I have to think, that we, myself included, never say thank you enough. We never say I love you and really mean it enough. We never tell someone that their presence in our lives has made a difference. We need to look into the eyes when we talk, the words need to come from the heart and we need to hug a little longer. The trival meaningless things are just that. Forget the insignificant negative things in life.
Remember the who, what, when, where and why.
WHO needs to hear the words I love you ?
WHAT do I need to do to show them how important they are to me?
WHEN was the last time I really thanked someone for being in my life
WHERE else can I be thankful?
WHY am I waiting another minute?
So today, thank someone, appreciate someone, love someone . . .
You may not have that chance tomorrow.
I know I have lots of thanking to do.