Yes, it’s as corny as it gets, but it’s true. We only have so much time to fit in as many experiences, relationships, and memories as possible. Anything can change at the drop of the hat and the tomorrow we’re waiting for may never come. This is especially true when it comes to the amount of time families get to spend together. You only get 18 summers with your kids to make the memories that last you a lifetime – How Many Do You Have Left?
The Time Is Now.
It’s not uncommon for us as Americans to get stuck in our own bubble. Yes, our country has a lot to offer, but don’t forget that there is a whole world out there with different people, foods, celebrations, values, and ways of life. As Americans, we have an opportunity to demonstrate humility, to learn from others, and to share our ways of life with those we encounter on our travels. Not only does this attitude help us evolve into more respectful and tolerant individuals, it also gives us the contrast that is needed to appreciate all of the things that make our country amazing.
Step Out Of Your Comfort Zone.
There is a power in coming together to share a new experience. Meeting and interacting with others from around the world through a shared interest allows us to realize that they’re not so different from us after all. Take the opportunity to connect through something you love and share it with those you care about.
It’s About The People Along The Way.
Ultimately, when we look back over our lives, it’s about the experiences we’ve had and who we’ve shared them with.
Here are 2 powerful resources that share this mentality.
Your greatest memories will be from real moments shared with those you care about, not the accomplishments you achieved or the things you got.