I believe that we receive an invitation every day to savour every moment of our life.
Savour Every Moment
I know that smoking is not good for the health, but have you watched regular smokers? They draw on every puff, inhaling deeply. I always feel that every puff for them is an experience that they truly savour! Not the best example, I know, but perhaps we can learn from them.
We must take in every moment, squeeze all the joy out of it, experience all the emotions that the moment is calling us to have. If you are laughing, then laugh from deep within – belly laughs, they call it. If you are grieving, then by all means cry your heart out – allow yourself to feel the depth of grief.
Too often we allow the hours to pass by in whirr of activity not stopping to take in things. We don’t eat mindfully, we don’t take the time to make meaningful conversation and we spend too little time doing the things we love. We need to start living our life in moments – taking it all in and allowing the beauty of life to wash over us.
Let’s consciously make time to savour life today – and every day!
Life is full of beauty. Notice it. Notice the bumble bee, the small child, and the smiling faces. Smell the rain, and feel the wind. Live your life to the fullest potential, and fight for your dreams.Ashley Smith
This post was written in response to Kate Motaung’s Five Minute Friday prompt – Savour
I live every moment to its fullest.
Have a fabulous day and weekend. ♥
Sandee recently posted..Feline Friday
That’s beautiful. You have a great weekend.
Corinne Rodrigues recently posted..Let’s Not Wait #EarthHour
what an excellent reminder… to just take the time to enjoy the “where we are at”.
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Annette recently posted..Savour the moment
Glad you liked it, Annette. Thanks for the visit. Am off to read your post.
Corinne Rodrigues recently posted..Bloom Today
Amen! Your example of smoking made me realize we often savor the bad things instead of the good! We dwell on our problems and relive relationships issues. What if we savored the good things instead?