Things I’ve learned

The Christmas lights make our building and courtyard come alive this time of year. I love it. This will be a very special Christmas for me because, as I wrote yesterday, so much has changed. I can’t do a lot physically so that is why I keep inundating you all with these posts. I think a lot and I watch people outside going about their everyday lives, the life I used to take for granted. Don’t be like me, savor every moment, from going to school to buying groceries. You never know how much it all means until it is taken away. I’m not complaining, I’ve grown, I think I’m a better person. I have a clarified purpose in life and hope I will get to use my newfound knowledge and spirituality to help others find their purpose. I know nothing I say here is new but it comes from my own experience and maybe that makes it unique.

Things I’ve learned:

Life is finite; use it, enjoy it, live it.

Family and friends are the most important things in this life.

Love means being there.

Love your spouse and children.

Finding your purpose is a gift.

Fulfilling your purpose is a bonus.

So at this time of year, remember the simple things, and love is the greatest of these. Create, share, love and embrace every aspect of this life while you can. Be someone’s divine spark. Let God live in you and through you.

Please let me know your thoughts and continue to pray for my recovery. Love to all, Brian.

6 thoughts on “Things I’ve learned

  1. Brian, you have always been gifted, but God is using you in a special way to bless others during this time. I love reading your posts. They are blessing much more than you will ever realize. Praying for you daily. Love you bunches!!

  2. Det är så konstigt att man inte tar tillvara på tid och vänner och lever idag istället för att springa iväg o tänka på morgondagen du har så rätt ,men att man måste bli sjuk för att förstå detta! Kram vi ses snart

  3. Life IS amazing when we slow down and enjoy the “little” things. Thank you, Brian, for sharing your precious thoughts during this season of your life. I’m finding that physical comfort is not something to take for granted. I thank Jesus each day for physical comfort because I’ve had many days without it. The beauty of God’s creation is all around us and He wants us to be still and know that He is God. Praying for you and your family.

  4. Hello Brian! Love reading your post. You are so very talented…, your music , your words, your love is very inspiring. I promise to dedicate my smiles thru every task tomorrow just for YOU!
    Peace
    Debbie

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