Sun-kissed morning starts out your day and your work load was planned, revised, and in short, focused on. Most of our minds were set to the things we will benefit from. Tangibles that could astound our selves were mostly in the front line. Let us prick our selves and become conscious of what how we plot our road map for the day.
For some, organizers filled with tasks is vital, some stick on memo pad or mostly known as “post it” – will do, some are into hand-held PCs or mobile phones with task tracker, their precious. But if you look at it’s content? School assignments and projects for students; deadlines, sales targets and meetings for professionals, ROUTINARY life!
How about to start your day extraordinarily? A short prayer for guidance and blessings for the day ahead, then after, your younger sister might want to know what the newest fad in town is, or your dad has something to say about politics (well, getting updated about your environment won’t hurt), or your mom wants to share of her newest recipe that you eat then ignore, or your big brother’s winning basketball tam update. Our task planner ruins the “most” in our lives, to think that a single day could affect come twenty more years in us. Have you ever told your dad and mom that you love them before you go out of your house? Have you kissed your little brother and sister having them known how much you love them before setting up your busy hours? I bet, 80% of the respondents will give me a “Nah, naye, Big No No!”. We wouldn’t know what tomorrow could bring, Proverbs 27:1 Boast not thyself of tomorrow; for thou knowest not what a day may bring forth.
Let’s dig a little dipper. Brother Eli always reminds his fellows to grab every opportunity to do good, Gal 6:10 As we have therefore opportunity, let us do good unto all men, especially unto them who are of the household of faith. Work thy hands to good craft, meaningful and of great value.