Do you remember the moment when your life changed?


 
There’s a moment– one single moment, when everything changes. 

Maybe it’s a look, a tear, a word, a feeling, a birth, a fear, a joy, a prayer, a wedding, a goodbye. Whatever it is, it matters.

Think about these moments, relish in these moments, move past these moments, breathe in these moments, forget these moments. 

Savor them, steal them, make them count, cherish them, grasp them, chase them, let go of them, hold on to them, feel them, value them, and ultimately understand that you will run out of them.  String each one together-carefully.

Each incredibly unique moment leads to the next. One day you will look back and see a life filled with amazing blessings, sprinkled with a dusting of Grace that only God can provide. 

They are precious, use them wisely.  They will be gone in the blink of your life.

Debbie Hope
Full of Hope

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7 thoughts on “Do you remember the moment when your life changed?

  1. Thanks for such a beautiful message. And as we age, these “pearls” that we treasure on the string of our life become more dear to us than our present life. Thanks, Debbie.

  2. I can think of a couple of these moments that you and I shared – things that affected both of our lives. Love ya Debbie.

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  4. Hi Debbie! The moment that changed my life was when I nearly died. Two blood transfusions and an emergency hysterectomy later, I’m glad to be on this planet. Sad to never be able to have children. But as one (very well meaning) friend said: “I’m just so glad you’re not dead!!” I had to laugh after that. Yep, not dead! 🙂

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