Friday, May 8, 2009
"If wishes were horses
Then beggars would ride."
This quote has surfaced several times lately, and although it's never attributed to anyone specific, it seems to be something many are dissecting these days.
Truth is, we can't live on wishes.
Wishes don't put food on the table.
They don't change a terminal disease.
They don't mend a friendship or launch a new business.
Wishes are the dandelions of a lawn. They're temporary escapes - a fun diversion while they last - but not the solid building blocks of life.
It's in the doing, not the wishing, that we're stretched. Today I'm wishing us all the kind of "doing" that makes our hearts celebrate the here and now, temper our concerns about the future, and focus in on what matters most.
This moment in time is a priceless gift from God.
How we approach it is our sacred choice.
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