Cherish each day and enjoy each moment with those you love

CB100292 With several friends of mine getting sick and/or hospitalized lately I have reflected on life and how we seem to take it and those we care about for granted. Times like these makes me remember how blessed I am and have been with the few friends I have and kept through out my life. Life is a precious thing that most of us don’t cherish as much as we should. We allow too many things out of our daily routine and stresses to sidetrack us from the things in life that are important to us. Sometimes we even put entertainments such as television and the internet come between us and our family and/or friends. To be honest it has been a long time since I sat at a table with love ones for dinner other than for holidays and eating out once and a blue moon. There is nothing wrong with having time for yourself but I think sometimes we forget we need to have together time with those we love.


MP900442811We need to turn off the computer and the television from time to time and take out a board game or go
outside with the family for some together fun time. Not only is time with the family fun and helps form
a stronger bond between its members it is quite therapeutic in the sense it enhances ones mood towards
the positive. Then there is the good old compromise of watching a movie together or going out for dinner
with each other. It also is almost as important to spend time out with friends to give you a change of
atmosphere as well as a place and time to vent or blow off steam. What ever way you choose to spend more
time with family and friends is beneficial to everyone involved.

Cherish each day and enjoy each moment with those you love
Raymond Barbier


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Ray Barbier

I am just an average man who loves writing, thinking and trying to inspire kindness, love, understanding and Compassion in others and try to find them within myself.

5 thoughts on “Cherish each day and enjoy each moment with those you love”

  1. I totally agree with everything you said, I have been doing a lot of the same type of thinking ever since my 13yr old daughter was diagnosed with cancer. It is often in times like this that we reflect on all the time wasted, and do something about it.

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