Thursday, November 02, 2006

Appreciating Time

Have you thought about the notion that in one-hundred years every person alive on earth today will be dead? In 2106 the world will be inhabited by people not yet born as of today. This transition is taking place day-by-day as people die and babies are born. I know, a few people will live beyond 100 years but only a few. The significant turnover of people will more closely be around 80 years of life span.

This leads me to say what we all have heard before -life is short. Life is about human relationships and nurturing those relationships every day with everyone we encounter. With immediate family these encounters should be frequent and lengthy. It amazes me how many people don't seem to understand quality of life. Watch the video link below. It will take about 15 seconds to buffer, then a 20 second ad (somebody has to pay for this neat technology) then another 15 second buffer to view and hear Joel Satore's experience. The total video is about 5 minutes and is probably worth your time.


Relationships and quality of life have little to do with worldly accomplishments, trophies, status, power, money, and fame.

The more we learn this message, the better we will become.

Return here on Saturday, November 4 for an update.

Have a quality day!


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