Life is too short

Just a reminder that no day is ever promised to us. There are no guarantees that we will get another tomorrow. Unfortunately, we are all very aware of this. Yet, we seem to forget or dismiss it as we go about living our lives. Then without warning someone is taken from us and suddenly we remember.

We remember that life is precious and it should not be taken for granted. We remember that we need to be looking out for those that look out for us. We just need to be spending more time with those most important to us. Whether that be a visit, a day out or even a phone call. For one day, they too will be gone, and so will you. Don’t let them go leaving you with guilt and regrets.

I found out this week that a very, very special person that I’d worked closely with has passed away. It was totally unexpected. Some have described it as a very unfortunate event. I am still very much in a state of shock. It was totally unexpected. He still had many years of life left to live. He was such a simple man. Never, demanded a thing from anyone. Though he certainly, would have been within his rights to do so. He never put anyone out. Such a gentle soul, taken far too soon.

Life is a hard enough battle most days without living it filled with regret and guilt of broken promises.

Reach out to those special people in your life. The ones that always have your back. The ones that have always traveled the rough and bumpy road of life, by your side. Those that have also guided you through your darkest days and been there for the brightest too. The people in your life that you know you can count on, no matter what. Focus just some of your time and energy on those people.

My thoughts for you this week are:

Live your best life and be the best person you can be, Look after your special people, because before we know it, it’s all over. Done and dusted. There is no coming back  to do it better.

Michelle Steiner, naturallyorganic67
Connect with your special people regularly
Time is ticking.

Nothing is promised, not today, not tomorrow

Have no regrets, no guilt

This is all just an extension of your loyalty, love, respect & kindness to those you hold dear to your heart.

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