Tomorrow is a Gift, Not a Promise
This made me wonder what I would do differently with my life if I came really close to losing it? If I would forgive more quickly and completely, why not now? If I would take larger creative or emotional risks, why not now? What will it take to fully activate the God-stuff inside of me? I mean all the way activated, where you love and live with such abandon, people mistake you for a blazing star.
May I not assume I'll always have another chance to color my days and relationships more boldly, because I won't. May I regard this moment as if it were the most important of all moments, because it is.
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