[I originally wrote this in 2002. Reposted with minor revisions.]
I don’t have a problem with remembering the terrible human catastrophe that occurred seven years ago today. I think it would do us all good to pause and reflect on how terrible events can bring us together, and to remember what we learned, as a nation, as a community, as a people, about the world.
But I also think we should spend more time looking forward, not looking back.
We should spend more time making grand plans and executing them, inviting our souls and being creative, and living life to the fullest.
We should spend more time doing small, special things for our friends, our family, our loved ones.
We should spend more time laughing, and making music, and increasing the joy in the people around us.
We should spend more time helping each other, and holding each other, and saying “I love you” to each other.
Because at the end of the day, each other is all we ever really have.
Very nicely put. *huggles*
I’m so with you on that, especially the last 3 shoulds. *hugstight*
I am doing. Thank you.
I think I need to print these out and post them on the inside of our front door (Living with intention… by Mary Anne Radmacher). They’ll live there and be seen every day, along side something else I printed out from you several years ago.
VERY well put. *Huggles*