Since we’ve been traveling the last few days, it’s allowed me to slow down and think about the New Year. I don’t make New Year resolutions, but I like thinking about the year ahead and setting a few goals, etc.
I recently read that a young couple said they often take long walks through graveyards. They find during those times, the busyness of life freezes, and all becomes clear.
They ask one another this most important question…”At the end of our lives, what will we regret not having done?” They pause and begin making plans to ensure they do those things.
I’ve thought a lot about that question over the last few days. My life is fleeting, and are there things I might regret not having done?
Scripture says, our life is like a mist; it appears for a little while and then disappears (James 4:14). I can see that more than ever! The days, months, and years are flying by.
This year, I want to live with more intention. I want to create memories with my family and friends, slow down, and enjoy each month and the beauty God has created.
A few weeks ago, I shared my word for the year, ABIDE. I want to abide more in Jesus and live my life to the fullest. The closer I am to Jesus, the more I’ll live my life with intention. I’ll have fewer regrets and more joy.
What about you? Do you think life is fleeting? Is there something you regret not having done?
Let’s live in 2024 with intention and not have any regrets!