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Savoring the Days

This time 100 years ago, Titanic was steaming across the North Atlantic on its way to New York.

On board were hundreds of people enjoying the food, music and the sensation of being on the sea.

These were moments to be treasured. Unfortunately, no one knew that. The minutes and hours blended into one another before passing into history.

Too late, these people realized that the moments would not continue forever. Titanic never made it to New York, and neither did more than 1,000 people.

We’re a lot like those people in our own lives. Our minutes and hours blend together, passing into history without being savored or appreciated.

We seldom take the time to realize how precious our days are.

This day is a gift, and you never know how many more of these gifts you will receive. You can use this gift to help, hurt, support or tear down. You can gossip or speak kindly. You can spread fear or hope. It is all up to you.

According to Life’s Little Instruction Book, “You have exactly the same number of hours per day that were given to Helen Keller, Pasteur, Leonardo da Vinci, Thomas Jefferson, and Albert Einstein.”

Use them wisely.

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