Gratitude vs Hopelessness

Time and The Perfect Moment

He said, "When I retire I want to paint ... when I'm not crazy working to pay bills ... Only 7 more yrs."

My heart went out to him. But there was not words to tell him my true feelings on the matter.

In 1990, My brother who was a year and a half younger than me passed way two days from his 28th birthday. Dropped dead. Atherosclerosis 

  I was so shocked and hurt but I had to know why. The Houston, Texas coroner told me it happens all the time. " I've got them in here younger," he said, "18 yr old, age is no factor." I asked why, His reply was "the good old American diet." I needed more than that and he gave it to me. He then told me about the greasy fast fried foods and even the eggs and bacon breakfast were responsible and "if  you won't eat it cold, don't eat it." He added if you find a tape called "Dead Doctors Don't Lie" get it. I got it alright. 
  I began to question everything in everyday life. Things I thought were okay but found out they were not. 
  So, how can we assume that we have 7 more years, 7 months, 7 days or 7 mins? What's in your heart that continues to go undone? When you are true to yourself, Follow your heart/passion ... you will truly know peace.  
 God give us this time to do the most precious things. 
To be giving as all are family. To express ourselves through any and all channels. To live our passions and the main reason is to be a expression of him.
 As our Lord is;

~Special Blessings of Love2U ...


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  1. True, we should live each day as if it were our last. Follow your heart. Cheers! :)

    1. Be present ...
      follow your heart ...
      Listen to your inner knowing.