Here is a lovely thought for the weekend: Cherish things while they are still in your hands. Cherish people while they are still in your life. Cherish good moments in your existence. Appreciate and be grateful for them. For you never know what tomorrow brings. TIME flies and flows away, never to return again.
The story is told about a taxi driver who went out of his way to pick up an 80-year-old woman who was leaving her house to go to an old folks’ home. With a lonely heart, and with all her worldly possessions in one little suitcase, the lady asked to be brought around the city for the last time, down memory lane. After two hours, the taxi driver brought her to her new home without charging anything. She hugged him gratefully and said, “You gave an old woman a little moment of joy today. Thank you.”
Our lives do not consist of great moments. It’s the little moments that we remember and affect us forever.
Accept the fact that people may not remember exactly what we did or said, but they will always remember what we made them feel.
Source: One Last Look