There was a dying man lying in a hospital bed with his son holding his hand beside him. He asked his son to come close to him while he whispered in his ear. What he said was so profound, at first I did not understand what he meant. He said ... "At the very moment, when you raise your head off your pillow in the morning, you have all you need."

When you think about what he was saying, it takes on several dimensions. He wasn't just speaking about life, though that was intrinsic. He was referring to it's wonder, it's potential, it's origin, it's destiny and our individual perspective of it all. It is a wonderful gift, yet the appreciation of what life truly not understood by any of us. The reason is that it ..."is too wonderful for me; It is high, I cannot attain it." (Ps. 139) It is also colored by our flawed constructions and distorted by a society that rejects the unlimited power of a divine creator. Even those who come close to being enlightened miss the underpinnings of their own conclusions. Look at this video and maybe you can see what I'm trying to say. Another video explores the uniqueness of each day of life and does express well the perspective of both the child and the aged.

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