Friday, December 28, 2012
I love this plaque. It focuses on how the important things in life are not ...things.
Faith, family, friends
I've been engrossed the last weeks in my journals. I'm thankful that I discovered them in a box during our latest move. The lessons I learned, the prayers I now see were actually answered, the people I love and care about, the friends who hung with me through thick and thin.
People are much more important than things.
We will all leave this earth one day and guess what? You can't take anything with you! I wonder how many people will regret not spending enough quality time with the people who mean the most to them.
Yesterday I asked a question on Heart Choices.
What would be your biggest regret if this was the last day of your life?
You can read more about it here in case you missed it. Many of you responded with comments and I appreciate that. If you didn't have the opportunity to respond, it's not too late. :)
Today I want to ask you another question.
Do you keep in touch with the people who matter to you?
Relationships can be challenging. Not all families get along well. Holidays can certainly bring that out. But there may be people in your life that you love and care about. Do you keep in touch? If you found out you were going to die, who would you want to spend time with before that day? Is there someone you may need to call or get in touch with?
Blessings and love,