And therein lies the lesson time has to teach us. Be grateful for all of your moments soaking up the joy and sorrow of life, the time witnessing the world’s beauty as well as the time enduring its hardships. They are all precious, and they are precious because they don’t last forever.
It’s a wonderful world that we live in that there are still wild places where wild critters still roam free.
We live in a fast-paced world filled with an increasing number of distractions, diversions, and priorities that can so easily pull us away from being grateful – or even aware of – the many gifts that surround us every day.
An experience today grows to be a story tomorrow and a memory in the years to come. Our time is our most valuable and finite resource. Invest it wisely!
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Focus more on the Great Place that brings us together instead of things that drive us apart.
And it strikes me that of all the things of wonder in the natural world, there must be a reason why schools everywhere, decade after decade, choose this story as one of the first to teach our children about nature and science.
This is a season change that always fills me with creative energy and excitement. When I sit still and breathe, I can feel that energy moving through my veins like the water that now starts to resurface and flow in our washes from it’s winter depths. It is most certainly a season when nature comes to life in all her glory.
Our lives are all full of successes and failures, perfect timing, failed attempts, and missed opportunities, and sometimes I wonder if life isn’t a more complicated version of floating in the surf searching for and manifesting that next great wave.