Even when we do have the time, we favour enduring ourselves and our own needs over those of the people we care about.
Christmas is a time, when many of us do give time to the ones we love; but, once Christmas passes, we go back to the same old routine of neglecting the ones we love.
The result of this is clearly evident, when we look at high divorce rates these days. Very few people, it seems, are prepared to put in the necessary work to sustain a marriage anymore.
I mention marriage specifically, due to a story that has been doing the rounds, all over the web, for sometime now. You may have read it already yourself, I know I have read it a few times, myself. Having read it again today, I was compelled to share it here on my blog. If you haven't read it, I hope you enjoy it and take something away from it.
Before I share it; however, I just want to say this. In a world that can at times, seem so materialistic, remember, when you die, things won't notice your passing or morn you, things won't stand by your side, hold your hand and tell you they love you, and things are not worth nearly as much as the people around you. So, stop giving your time to things and instead give it to those you love, before it's too late, because you never know what tomorrow may bring.
Love and hugs, Joss xxx