As in the end of August?
Wait a minute.
Didn’t I just plant my annuals?
Wasn’t it just the longest day of the year?
Didn’t I just watch fireworks on the Fourth of July?
But what else did I do?
Ever since I moved to Utah, I vowed I would live in the present—be present to all around me. But, considering how quickly time flies, and not seeing much to show for its passing, I’m wondering if I might be flittering away my life, not filling my moments with memories as I should.
I used to have a tagline with my emails:
“What I do today is important because I am paying a day of my life for it.
What I accomplish must be worthwhile because the price is high.”
I think Author Unknown is one of the most profound human beings that ever lived. This person has made me realize that minutes and seconds are precious. Instead of spending time watching television, how about a meaningful conversation with a loved one? A book in hand is worth more than two video games. Pen a thank-you note rather than an email.
I have to re-commit to make each day meaningful in some way. What must I do before I lay my head on my pillow that will help me feel fulfilled?
For most of us in ANWA, it’s writing; for others it might be reading, giving service, playing with our kids, appreciating nature.
What is important to you?
What is worth paying a day of your life for?