According to the Mayans, this time next year the world as we know it will either be transformed or extinct; hopefully the former.

Without getting overly morbid, the old cliché that “none of us gets out alive”  rings true; so we can take it for granted that we are all up against a clock with finite time regardless of whether that time will run out for us together on  judgment day or our own individual curtain call or even on 21/12/2012.

Which begs the question how are we utilizing that precious limited resource we call time?

Are we so wrapped up in mundane routines and the small-mindedness of material gain that we fail to see the bigger picture?

Even more importantly in our “me” culture are we oblivious to our obligations to our planet, fellow man and future generations?

As a strong believer in second chances, it is imperative that we should capitalize on every wake-up call we get.

On the off-chance that  the Mayans’ simply ran out of ink or papyrus let us acknowledge that worrying about the past is useless for we cannot change it.

Living in the present is vital for that allows us to be truly conscious as we experience & appreciate every moment.

But above all else feeling responsible for the future ensures that we live each day having the awareness that the actions of today will impact ourselves and others.

So make the most of your gifts and live knowing that each of us is here for a reason and that everything we do counts.



02/12/2016 8:51pm

Can I simply just say what a comfort to find someone that truly knows what they're talking about on the internet. You actually understand how to bring an issue to light and make it important. More people have to look at this and understand this side of your story. I was surprised that you aren't more popular since you definitely possess the gift.

11/10/2016 11:11am

Everything is being done for some reason, and these reasons are not found but developed by itself. So, develop positive reasons in your life to lead a positive journey of happiness.

02/16/2017 6:42pm

It’s often a pivotal and life-changing moment that leaves us re-evaluating the important things in life. The things we often otherwise take for granted. You know, our health, our families, our jobs, having a place to live, something to eat, or even the sheer fact that we opened our eyes to yet another beautiful day of life on this earth this morning. So make the most of it. As the saying says that "we only live once". Thank you for this wonderful message, may God bless you more.


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