Friday, January 27, 2006
Forever Live and Die
I've posted this before, but it's a useful reminder.
The meaning of life is what we make of our lives knowing that one day, we don't know when, we will no longer be alive. What are you going to do with your life, your day, today? Will you be curious, kind and friendly, or will you hold yourself to, tie yourself to the prisons of the past?
Will you do one thing today that scares you?
Will you smile at someone who looks sad?
Will you pat someone you don't know on the back, and just let your life, your spirit, touch theirs. You'll probably never see them again.
Will you save the life of a creature in your home - a moth in the basin, an ant on a table?
Will you get to know your parents a bit better?
Will you become stronger or weaker today.
Today is either a day you ran, or a day you didn't run.
Did you experience the taste of water? Did you feel food move down your throat.
In short, did you make the most of the gift of life that was given to you for another day?