Here starts yet another year. Much talk is about 2012 being the last year, the end of the world as we know it – could this be? 21 December 2012 – Could the planets be aligning? The Mayan calendar predicts….. take a moment and think back to then we went from 1999 to the year 2000 – there was much talk about world computers crashing, everything ending because technology was unable to handle the year 2000. Well, low & behold we are still here starting 2012. You can Google for hours on the end of the world 2012. There are some interesting opinions out there on this subject.

I have no fear of dying, no fear of everything being gone, of me being gone. If it is meant to be, then so be it. I will continue to live each day to the fullest & best that I can. To continue to be kind to others, slow to anger, gentle in response, nurturing, caring & loving. If I was told today that I would be gone tomorrow – I would want to be with my family, those I love and comfort them that things will be OK when I am gone. If we are all to have our life end that day, I would want to be with those I love, together, as a family. My family is everything to me. We may have disagreements, arguments & other such things but we still love each other – agreeing or disagreeing. The love is unconditional and everlasting.

Take time each day to say something kind to someone. Take time each day to be thankful for all that you have even when things seem dark. Take time each day to smile at the wonders around you. Always take time for you never know when your time is done. Live with no regrets or harsh words. LIVE in love knowing that you are loved by a God who so loved you that His son died on the cross for you. Thanks be to God the Father, maker of Heaven & earth.

Peace & blessings always

” Count your blessings. Once you realize how valuable you are and how much you have going for you, the smiles will return, the sun will break out, the music will play, and you will finally be able to move forward the life that God intended for you with grace, strength, courage, and confidence.”
Og Mandino