May your day be filled with all things good
Sometimes the demands of the moment can grab our attention and hold it tight. If we’re not careful, we can get so caught up in dealing with these distracting demands we realize too late that life has passed us by.
We are better served if we occasionally stand back and ask,
“A year from now, will this still matter?”
If the answer is yes, then we must, by all means, continue to attend to the need of the moment.
But if the answer is no, which it so often is, we can, with love and
gentle humour, remind it and ourselves that those things which will not matter in the long run have no right to drive us crazy now.
And then we can let it self-correct, knowing with full certainty that
May you always be able to tell the difference between what really
matters most and what doesn’t.
And may you always be aware that you are loved beyond measure and a cherished blessing.
May your day be filled with all things good.
“Success comes in cans failures comes in cant’s.”
“Most things self-correct with time.”