I checked my calendar this morning only to realise that it’s a new day and a new date has emerged. Then, I asked myself, where has yesterday gone to?
What happened to yesterday?
It dawned on me once again, that time is a fleeting vessel. Time is always appearing and disappearing. Time is never stagnant but very progressive. Time is the moment you are in right now. The very NOW and the ever PRESENT! Time is always walking, so you’ve got to be ready and move at a higher speed to catch up.
Where is yesterday?
What happened to all the jingles heralding Valentine’s Day?
What happened to the day?
They are GONE! Gone with time!
It ended with yesterday. It’s gone forever and cannot be retrieved. You can’t rewind the frequency anymore. No! February 14th 2016, is gone forever. The only thing left are the memories we made of the day. The actions we took yesterday to etch our love in the hearts of those we love. And the hope that we will live to welcome February 14th 2017.
There is only one world, the world pressing against you at this minute. There is only one minute in which you are alive, this minute here and now. The only way to live is by accepting each minute as an unrepeatable miracle. – Storm Jameson
So, what does this tell me?
Simple! To move with time. To live in the moment. To say what bothers me, to eat when I want to, to dance if I feel up to it, to express myself the best way I can – be it in writing, taking action, showing some respect, whatever…
This is only a reminder that time is non-renewable.
Ladies and Gentlemen in the house:
I present to you a brand new day and a new week.
What’s in the offing for this week?
I don’t know about you but I know my plans already. I mean, I have set some goals for the week and hope that I get around them as scheduled. One of those goals is to rest myself. To slow down. Therefore, I have earmarked a good amount of time to chillax. My body needs it and I don’t ignore signs.
You should set your own rules and goals and abide by them religiously. Embrace today and love it with all your might.
My Dear Friends, Good Morning, Afternoon or Evening, depending on the part of the world you are this minute. (It’s still morning at my end).
From me and my writing companions – my PC, my pen and paper, my writing fingers and the well of thoughts, here’s wishing you all peace and love! 🙂 🙂