On the topic of death, of passing beyond this place, in this skin, what it all comes down to in the end is one thing: Will you go with regret? Will you have a mouthful of words you wish you’d spoken, a list of things you always swore you’d do? Will you go leaving behind a trail of people that you could have loved more, shown that love more often to, held enough, kissed, made enough love? In this form, we get one lap through, and I truly believe it is up to us to make the most of the short time we’re gifted. You can never speak of love too often, you can never hold tight enough, kiss long enough, show those in your life that you care, ever Enough. Start now, change the way you see this time, change the way you show those around you.
Did we kiss enough,
did we make near enough love?
No. Never enough.
Haiku on Life by Tyler Knott Gregson
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it's fun and refreshing and constant soul support to remember this. if you miss the sunset one night, there's no way to make up for it. you can't catch up by watching a bunch of extra sunsets in the coming days. there are only so many and you can watch or not. and it's OK not to watch, too. but if you do want to watch, there's only one way to watch, and only one per day, and that's it. if you missed one, no big deal, just start today.
❤️. So true and yet so hard to grasp in our lives.