The bed you make, is the bed you sleep in. My mom always said this to me, especially when it came to friends, dating, and lifestyle choices. On a rainy, stormy Wednesday night many years ago back in Trinidad as we light candles and looked for batteries for the flashlight, as electricity kept going off and on, I asked her what she really meant when saying that sentence to me.
With a big smile and loving glow in her eyes she said. Little Mr Trouble, you must always be careful not to make stupid choices, they come back to bite you, everything you do in life cost you somehow, sometime, or something. If the bed you sleep in is not a good bed, the sleep can’t be good. The same for your friends, relationships and life.
Retirement. At 45, 55, 65, or 70 years of age, don’t waste it.
Retirement like most things will happen just once, this is it, the final page in the book. Most of the time you will feel a bit lost even with a part-time job or hobby, on any budget something is possible. Opinions are free, you can talk to family, friends, co-workers, and even religious leaders, you might like what all have to say or only what a few had to say. Next it’s our turn, hear what we have to say and offer. Life is a one time experience.
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Life is just that slice of toast, you have morning noon or night. The years go by and our goals wrapped up in our dreams become a review of what we must change.
We are set on our path with the seeds planted over time which become our reference list of right and wrong. This list is the most important list and must be reviewed and corrected, because the information seeds we received from family, friends, education and relationships may be seeds of misguided good and are not the seeds we need to take root. Not all seeds are bad. Not all seeds are good. Happy New Year.