Let’s take a moment to remember those who have passed on over the past year. We take time to remember them by remembering our own mortality. We take time to remember by recognizing the power that life has to take us away from the moment we’re alive. We take time to remember by recognizing how much we’ll miss them by looking forward to what we’ll find when we’re not around.
We take time to remember by remembering to be grateful for these moments that exist now and by remembering how much good it can be to miss the past. There is an incredible energy in this moment that reminds us that we are alive and that we will not be around forever. By remembering we can remember that, so that we can be grateful for the moments that exist now so that we can be free to live in the moment that we do.
So we’re getting ready to take a break from the world and relax on the beach. While it’s nice to take a break from the world, it’s also nice to take a break from the stress that goes along with being a person in a world with its own stress. We need to remember to take a moment and go back to a place that is familiar, even if it’s only a moment, because every moment is a precious gift.
As you might guess, even though it’s a weekend, we are still in the midst of an extraordinarily busy period of time. This year, the busiest holiday for us to be in the spotlight, is the memorial day holiday, which falls on the second day of April. So every day is a day off, and most of us are in the midst of taking a break from our busy lives to reflect on the past and plan for the future.
So it makes sense that a lot of us are meditating on the meaning and significance of the holiday. For instance, I have a new video on YouTube titled, “What was your favorite memory from Memorial Day?” I’m not the only one who has a favorite memory from it. The video is a compilation of a meditation that I did with a friend of mine, and I thought it was pretty cool.
Many people have meditated on Memorial Day, but I didn’t meditate on it. I meditated on the meaning of the holiday. It’s not just a day off. So many of us take time off at the end of the week to reflect on our lives and how they’ve changed over the years. I meditated on the meaning of the holiday, and it’s something I’m still working through.
At the end of the day, I have to give it up to the person who first wrote me a letter on Memorial Day. That person was probably a good friend of mine, who I spent a lot of time with last year, and we were both so busy that we were missing each other. I can only hope that he was one of the people who remembered to send me a letter and that he was happy with how i responded to him.
No one really remembers what their letter said, but they are all so busy that they can’t really give it much thought. Even with the help of Google Translate, I still struggle with the language.
I don’t think a letter on Memorial Day is a particularly meaningful gesture. I think a letter is more of a form of a last word that someone sends you. It’s a time to say “I love you,” or “I miss you” before you hang up the phone. I doubt that a letter really helps the person who wrote it remember what they said.
Maybe so, but I have more letters to post than I think I will ever actually have time for. If I am making the most of my time, I post them. It seems like I write them to the people I care about, and I have no trouble remembering the sentiments I express. I just don’t express them in the way that might really be meaningful. I am in a really good place right now, and I have lots of time on my hands.