Saturday, January 26, 2013
1. For everlasting time; eternally
2. At all times; incessantly
Do you ever use the word FOREVER in a conversation? I do, yet, I don't really pay attention to the true meaning of this word. For if I did, I wouldn't include it in my vocabulary. When I would say the word FOREVER as I spoke, my husband would always respond "Forever is a long time". I would get annoyed by this and carry on with my conversation. Yet, lately I listen to that word and I really pay attention to what he said to me. Yes, FOREVER is a VERY long time! Is it easy to include that word within my vocabulary? Yes! But I now realize I can not anymore, or I at least need to pay really close attention to where and how I do include it. A lot can happen between now and FOREVER and how am I to know that what I have and feel now will last FOREVER? All I can do is live for today and hope that what makes me happy today will last FOREVER.
FOREVER IS A LONG TIME....
Dream of your tomorrows, but never forget to live for today because FOREVER may never come.