LIFE IS ...

July 14, 2020

I wrote this well before Covid became the topic of all conversations.

I have been thinking about how different and how the same my life is under the restrictions and worries surrounding this pandemic.  I am blessed to have a home

to sequester in, a family that is safe, my health and I am retired.   The challenges 

facing all of us but especially families with children at home and jobs they hope are 

still there in the morning are mounting.   And patience is slipping.  

 

 

When I re-met this poem today I was reminded that none of us have any guarantees when we enter this world.  We have no idea if our dreams will be realized, our lives comfortable, our sorrows few.   

 

I am awakened now to the fragility of our comfort here.  I am more aware of our need for education and first rate medical care.  My life is a gift and I better use it well and share what I can.  There is joy to be found in pausing and recognizing the gift.   And greater joy in sharing.  

 

What are you doing to share your talents, treasures, humor, comfort?  Please tell us 

any ideas you have in response here or on the LAST GIFT BOX facebook page.  We need ideas from you to get a nudge to do more ourselves.

 

Stay healthy.  Wear your mask.  

Work on YOUR  LAST GIFT BOX.

 

 

LIFE IS ...

 

Life is a challenge

       meet it

Life is a gift

       accept it

Life is adventure

       dare it

Life is sorrow

       over come it

Life is tragedy

       face it

Life is duty

       perform it

Life is a game

       play it

Life is a mystery 

       unfold it

Life is a song

       sing it

Life is an opportunity 

       take it

Life is a journey

       complete it

Life is a promise

       fulfill it

Life is beauty

       praise it

Life is a struggle

       fight it

Life is a goal

       achieve it

Life is a puzzle

       solve it

What is life?

                a challenge.

 

Tina. 

Oct. 6, 1994

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