(переклад українською нижче)
It’s time for me to stop reading other people’s blogs and come to my own.
I am that kind of person who likes reflecting and self-analyzing, and for the last couple of weeks I started noticing how all my previous experiences fit perfectly together with where I am and who I am now, meaning not a single experience or event is wasted, not a person in my life is random. Everything and everyone around me bring so much color, variety and meaning to my everyday life.
For so not long ago I felt like I need to run for something, reach for something, go there and do this in order to live my best life. And even though it’s still true, you do need to run, reach and work, TODAY and every day is actually the best day you have. It kind of leaped to me mind as I realized that what I have today, the work that I do, the people I’m honored to call my friends, the places I’d been to and things I want to achieve – are direct consequences of my upbringing, my teachers’ influences, experiences and things I went through. And it’s so liberating to know that there is no other way you could have a better life or a better situation than you have now because your life is a chain of perfectly planned events that led you to this moment.
God is the best time manager in the world. Knowing that your life is in control of the best time manager brings so much peace and freedom. The best is not yet to come, it's already here. Today.
He has made everything beautiful in its time. He has also set eternity in the hearts of men, yet they cannot fathom what God has done from beginning to end. (Ecclesiastes 3:11)