The conference concluded, and the host recounted the last few days. He reminded us of the magnificent dinner the night prior that overlooked the iconic Harbour Bridge and the lights of Luna Park. He said it was a sense of occasion. What a great saying! I quickly grabbed my journal and scribbled a note. Why is it that a sense of occasion happens so rarely in our lives? There are occasions like a wedding, a special dinner, a birthday, a collection of people at an award ceremony. But what if we took the challenge to create a sense of occasion each day or each week. Regardless of how big or small, whether in our solitude or with others, take the time to look around, be grateful, and create a sense of occasion. Too often, we breeze through life in a sea of emails, meetings, social media, and to-do lists. We fail to stop at times to appreciate what we have. It could be the silence of nature, the giggle of a child, the end of an excellent business presentation, or the last paragraph of a blog you worked hard to create. Acknowledge the occasion. © GB
8/9/2019 05:10:56 pm
Each moment is special and each moment is always a great reminder that we are all living in this world. Memories are the great scenes that we can play in our heads so before it all became a memory we should celebrate the moment that we have with our loved ones. These people that care for us will give us the drive to continue and strive for more goals in this life. We can make the best moment if we just look at the bright side of each story.
Your comment will be posted after it is approved.
Leave a Reply.