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Is Time Everlasting?

The older I get the more I realize how valuable time is – spending time, taking time, giving time, valuing time and sharing time.

It’s a commodity that cannot be replaced and is therefore one of the most precious resources of all. I’ve learned, as time seems to fly by, to slow down, smell the roses and honor each moment as if it could be one of my last. I’ve also realized that it’s not about the number of moments you have – it’s about the moments you remember most adoringly.

1966 Lancer with his Mom & Dad

For me one of those moments took place in my early childhood and is as dear to me today as it was over 50 years ago. I was 3 years old when I met my Godparents Great Dane, Lancer, for the first time. He was about 6 inches taller than me and I remember wrapping my arms around his neck, his soft black muzzle nestled in my hair. As I held tight, he quickly became the thing I adored most in the world. To this day, I recall that moment with such clarity that the feelings come rushing back, reminding me of the power of a loving memory.

(Lancer with his Mom & Dad - 1966)

Take time today to recall some of your most adored memories and remember time is a valuable resource that is all too often in short supply.

Love & Spirit, Kimble

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