Today is my aunts birthday. She passed away from breast cancer in August of this year. I will celebrate her life today by experiencing life. I have so many things planned with a friend of mine and my husband this weekend. On days such as these I can appreciate celebrating a life that was lived for Christ. I think about all the things I have experienced so far and it makes me ask a question. When it’s all said and done Have you lived a life for Christ? There is so much more that we have to do in life that isn’t self pleasing and self seeking. Are we maximizing the time that we have when so many people don’t have any time left?
At times we can get caught up in our every day routines and forget to live in the prospects of them all. We were created for more than just a nine to five. We were purposed for more than just doing whatever it takes to get by in life. This is why when people we view to have everything appear to be unhappy. How can someone who has a great job,home,family,cars and so much more be unhappy? This could possibly be because they’re living to obtain things that contains no life value. By putting our trust in things that change and people who can soon leave or die causes us to be unstable and emotional without hope. Living our life through Christ in the personalities that he has given is so much more rewarding. It feels good to celebrate someone who may have lost her fight to cancer but fought the good fight of faith.