Time

“Yesterday’s the past, tomorrow’s the future, but today is a gift. That’s why it’s called the present.”

Bill Keane

As I have aged I have become more aware of time. None of us know just how much time we have left to travel the road of life.

I have also learned how important it is to focus on the present.

I have seen so many who have talked about the past only to remember the low times they have encountered instead of the high times. It’s called the past for a reason. That time is gone. It no longer exists and there is nothing you can do to change it. What’s done is done.

Some will argue that time spent on the future is time well spent. Maybe it is to some extent but really it’s a shot in the dark. We have no control over it and we have no idea what will happen. We have no idea if our plans will succeed. No matter how well we plan there is no guarantee.

Wouldn’t it be better to focus on the present? The past is gone, the future is tomorrow and tomorrow isn’t guaranteed. We should focus on the present. Our actions and attitude can make it enjoyable or miserable. We are in control and it can be time well spent.

Right wrong or indifferent, I choose to spend time on the present. It’s a good time to be thankful and enjoy life. It’s a good time to enjoy life and be thankful and praise God for giving us another day to enjoy the present.

18 thoughts on “Time

  1. Well said my friend!! I’ve never been one to dwell in the past and the future like you said is unknown! So I try to live each day to it’s fullest the best I can. Such beautiful photos including the last one, the best one! 🤩🥰

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  2. That’s a big “WELL SAID” from me Wayne. I need to be reigned in often as I’m such a dreamer of both past and future. Those two tendencies are like shoes I should only wear once in awhile and keep in a box so I don’t put them on in the morning when I roll out of bed

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