A quiet whisper on a very loud Internet. Can you hear me?
Hi Sandi! Such a simple concept, but I can think of all kinds of applications for this sentence. Live my life fully, not be afraid, not hold back...and pray!Wishing you a life-filled Sunday,Ceil
Yes!!! Amen! Do not waste a moment!
Amen! Good words in all their simplicity to apply to our lives. Live every day to the fullest for there is no guarantee of tomorrow, or for the next moment for that matter. Have a blessed week~
Amen to this Sandi, I find the older I get the busier I get, which I love. When I worked in care work, it was so sad to see so many older people sitting around doing nothing, my aim was always to change that and try to make their lives more interesting. I, and many of my workmates, loved it.Sandi, I was going through my older posts looking to see if poems I want to put in a new post were there. I came across a comment you had left on my 'near death experience' post. Your comment never came up on my 'comments' notification section at the time you left the comment, and I wonder if it is because it is a much older post. I have left an answer to you, and you can find the entry to that post at the right hand side of my blog.
I agree, do not waste any moment or day!
For me it speaks of a positive outlook. Enough of this "I have to make every day outstanding" kind of pressure. The ordinary days are special too and being thankful for the ordinary pleasures such as the birds enjoying the feeder outside my window, making a tasty cheeseburger impossible pie for lunch, enjoying emails from my kids, etc. these call for a smile and living today with the best of things!
Such a simple concept to make every moment count.
Hello Sandi, great advice. I try to live each day like it could be my last. Have a great day and weekend ahead.
Weekend! Already? Wow...it is almost here!
Weeks go by fast :)S
Hello, I agree! We must live every day like it could be our last. Happy Thursday, enjoy your day and the weekend ahead!