To you and your family I wish you health, wealth, wisdom and peace in this holiday season.
I wish that everywhere you plant your feet you are steady as a rock.
I wish that for every hand you hold you guide them in the right way.
I wish every time you put your arms around some one you made them feel safe
I wish for every kiss you gave you to feel the sparkle.
I wish for every tear you wipe away you gave comfort.
I wish you golden moments and clarity of mind.
I wish you everything that’s good and every happiness that life brings.
And I wish for your world to explode with joy.
From my heart to yours I wish you love.
I wish for you to have your hearts desire.
We had a death in our family over the weekend. It was expected because this person was elderly and sick.
I am reminded of the following:
Life is too short for Bulls**t.
But long enough to make things right. (Tweet that)
These words are easy to understand in our intellect but to take action on is nearly impossible. It takes a brave and courageous person to step out and up to making things right. Mostly it’s never done. We don’t want to go out of our comfort zone. We find reasons to resist and withhold ourselves from the world.
By the time a person is dying it’s too late usually because of fear, so setting things right is not on their mind. That is why we must make things right before death visits us.
Some simple ways to do that now is to:
Use kindness always.
Don’t argue with anyone.
Keep conversations uplifting.
Give hugs and kisses.
Say I love you, even if its hard to say.
Send silent good wishes and pure feelings.
Ask yourself this: Do I want to die with regrets about what I did not say?
If you said no then make every effort to set what needs to be set right in your life. You won’t regret it.