Dec 14, 2012

Tomorrow isn't promised.

Hey everyone, I know I haven't posted for quite some time, I've been busy kind of. Okay, not really. I have all the time in the world to sit down and write a blog post, but for some reason I find myself on Facebook just stalking people's statuses instead. I don't know what this world is coming to. No really, I don't.

I honestly can't believe what happened today. Who wakes up and says "hey I'm going to go take away innocent lives today" CHILDREN, really? Innocent souls. I can't even imagine what those families are going through. Around Christmas at that. I have no words to describe how horrible this situation is. I just can't believe it. Let's all just take a moment to pray for better days. Let's pray for these families along with the sick people to find some help before something like this happens again. Let's also take a moment to be thankful for what we have, because just like that everything can be taken from us.

I had an epiphany earlier! As I was thinking how this man should burn in hell, first of all I remembered I don't even believe in hell which lead me to think about heaven and after life. I live this life thinking how wonderful after life will be and although I believe in after life, what's wrong with making this life like heaven? Striving for peace and happiness - making this life perfect. Think of today as your one chance to shine, so shine bright. This line is used so much that sometimes remembering the meaning seems difficult until personally effected, but tomorrow isn't promised. Nothing besides this very moment is promised. So make the most out of it, love with all your heart and live with all you have.


Brittany Lea said...

I have no words for what happened today in Conn and in China. So sad for everyone

Rachel McDonald said...

I was so shocked when I got up this morning and turned on the news. I live in New Zealand, and this has really made me appreciate my life so much more and that things like this don't happen where I live. My heart is broken for those poor families who have to suffer this loss right before christmas. :(