I’ve been told it’s the little things that matter most in life.
May I disagree?
In life there are no little things. And there are no big things, either.
Life is simply a collection of moments, and within these precious moments lies the very essence of life itself. When we give up our tendency to quantify the significance of particular moments, we are finally free to appreciate the magnificence of every moment.
Ours is a life of abundant blessings, perhaps some yet undiscovered, but fully alive in the moments which make up the only life we’ll ever know.
All we need to do is see them for what they really are.
It’s a great day to be you!
August 23, 2014 No Comments
Peter was watching a hockey game with Jesus. When there was a break in the action, Peter turned to Jesus and asked him to get him a beer from the fridge. Jesus rose from the sofa and headed to kitchen. On his way he stopped, turned to look at Peter, shook His head slowly from side to side, then proceeded into the kitchen. Shortly after, Jesus returned to the sofa, empty handed, sat down and began to watch the hockey game.
Perplexed, Peter turned to Jesus and said “where’s my beer?”, to which Jesus said “Son, I am always here for you, but sometimes life is really Read the rest of this entry »
August 3, 2014 No Comments
It’s late. There’s a knock on the door. As you open the door you see a man smiling with what looks to be a pie in his hand. As you’re about to ask what this is all about, he raises his hand and plants the pie right in your face.
Usually you never see the pie in the face coming.
Life is full of pie-in-the-face moments, moments when the unforseen shows up and screws up everything. The best laid plans simply no match for Read the rest of this entry »
July 26, 2014 No Comments