As I’ve spent more time trying to slow down and be present, I’ve realized that the present moment is all I really have.
Yes, I have plans for later in the day, tomorrow, and next year, but those many never happen (both the plans and/or those days). I don’t share that to be morbid or a downer, but rather to remind y’all to put the present moment to good use.
It’s easy to let the passing days fool us into thinking we have endless opportunities to bless our husband and others. And we may have those days, but there is no guarantee.
Be sure to stay current with “I’m sorry” and “I love you.” What do you need to say to or do for your sweetie? Today would be a good day.
Yesterday’s the past, tomorrow’s the future, but today is a GIFT. That’s why it’s called the present. Bil Keane