Life is too short to debate if you should or should not send that note from your heart. (Drop it in the mail ASAP.)
Life is too short to forgo that small square of a brownie calling your name. (Savor the treat.)
Life is too short to get upset over cold fast food French Fries. (Give them to your dog and make his day.)
With one life to live here on earth one must learn to pick the right battles. Time passes by way too fast to let smiles and hugs go undelivered. Our journey is meant to be a trip filled with peace and unity.
It is so easy to get lost in the future along with endlessly dragging around our past. Constant worrying about the future and over analyzing the past will not bring us contentment; in fact both bring on fear and regret.
Jesus sends us greetings of peace and unity to help us along the way.
“Peace is what I leave with you; it is my own peace that I give you. I do not give it as the world does. Do not be worried and upset; do not be afraid.” --John 14:27-28
Jesus sends the kind of peace that is peaceful, untroubled, and tranquil.
Jesus sends the type of unity that reveals a close union of fellowship and harmony united with God.
Life is too short to not light the candles, to not run out and look for the rainbow, to not do the things you want to do.
We have but one life, one journey.
Refer to Jesus: “Do not be worried and upset; do not be afraid.”
“Peace is what I leave with you.”