I’m hooked on this ‘time’ thing. “I don’t have enough” “there’s not enough time” . . . But it all boils down to moments. Period.
What we do with our lives, we get caught up in thinking over the long term, when actually we’re living in the short term.
What defines your life? 20 years of research? 38 years of dedicated marriage? 10 years as an undergrad in college? (was that just me? 🙂
None of those things, define your life, or at least they shouldn’t.
What defines your life is this moment, this time, right now . . .
what you are doing, what you choose to do, how you choose to act in the little moments of life, those are the things that define you.
A moment of joy, a moment of kindness, a moment of passion, or two moments if you’re lucky, a moment of being awestruck by seeing the fantastic, for me Rodan on display in Italy.
That’s what you should know, what you should think about in trying to live your life to it’s fullest. Living in, making the most of, and making a lot of ‘moments.’
In a way our society has now decided to reward some for their ‘lifetime achievements’ and that confuses us. Oscars, grammies, presidential awards, but even those are what?
A collection of moments.
Add one moment a day, and don’t call me in the morning.