The Sunday Edition
Lately, I've been listening to "The Last Time" by Tenille Townes, and it gets me emotional every time, for the same reason.... We just truly do not ever know when our last moments of anything will be. It can be beautiful, it can be bittersweet, it can be gutting and heart wrenching. But we Just. Never. Know. And it's so easy to get lost in the grind, to be the hamster on the wheel, to say "I'll make time for joy tomorrow." But we need to make time for joy right now!! And I agree that kindness must guide us in all that we do. We cannot fix our world, our earth, our society, ourselves unless we can all be kind to one another.
I listen!! Haha love everything about this Sunday Edition. And funnily it's been on my mind a bit too. I watched the movie Blue Jay last night on Netflix and it had a similar vibe of do I take this chance to reconnect? They could've walked away but they didn't, because what if this chance never happened again? It was beautiful movie.
I just watched "Banshees" this past week and I agree, best movie ever! It especially hit home for me because my BFF of 10 years just stopped talking to me, and having anything to do with me for no reason, and I still have no answers 7 years later. No "rows" as Colin Farrells' character says. But as far as I know she still has all her fingers. 😉 Kindness, our world needs more of it. 💗
Beautiful haiku. I should read this every day before I start my day to remind me of how to appreciate the moments. And, I so look forward to your crazy intros!
I ironically watched both of these films this weekend - it is my tradition every year to watch all of the Academy Award nominated films before Oscar night. I loved how both of them offered such beautiful reminders. I love your weekly podcast Tyler - always so exactly right what I need to hear. I suspect it’s the same for everyone. Thank you!
Dear friends, and fellow chasers: Life is so beautiful. 🔆💜 And this post is incredibly amazing.
So incredibly THANKFUL for each day I have! Of course we all have trials, bad days, but the good is just around the corner.
Have hope in that.
OMG I just watched "Everything Everywhere All at Once" last week and it BLEW MY FREAKING MIND. Definitely one of the best movies I've ever seen. I'm still thinking about it and can't wait to watch it again and soak up even more of its greatness.
Thank you Tyler, that means more than you know. 💗
Okay, FECKKK. I think Banshees just broke me a little. I’m speechless.