In a world of urgency, the most important moments can be postponed indefinitely. Connecting with those you care about is a priority to be voiced and acted upon. This week’s message explains that and will, hopefully, cause you to take action.
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nice to see Philip and the girls in that video! Unfortunately for me…airline flight have gone up 4 fold from when I used to make the trip stateside. But if work takes me out there…I will visit for sure! But you have a futon on a tatami mat waiting if you ever come here.
Hot Springs, NC… what a great little mountain town. My son and daughter-in-law got married there. Beautiful, beautiful place.
As always, an excellent message. While friends are often the ones we say, “Yes, we need to get together” to, we also need to apply that same message to colleagues and others we care about. For the second time in two months, I came to work on Monday morning only to realize I lost a business colleague from our company over the weekend to a heart attack. Life and lives are way too precious to have relationships end in an instant. Yet, unfortunately, they do.
I completely agree with this message. It’s easy to get together once you decide how important your friends are to you. We have made a tradition with a group of close friends to book a cabin and ski every January. My husband and I value our friends so much that we have a Friendsgiving party each spring and invite all our friends no matter where they may be living. The everyday routine life seems to blend together but it’s those out of the ordinary trips, adventures, and events that provide the cherished memories to remind us of how good life is.
Great ideas, Lily! Thanks for sharing.