“There is good to be done, here, now.”
Wherever you are, whoever you are surrounded by, whatever your mood: this statement is applicable.
Many of us consider time on a line, and therefore consider eternity to be a line that goes on forever. 365 day year after 365 day year. But I challenge you to consider the intensity of a moment. How can a 50 minute lecture class seem to drag on for hours? How can an afternoon spent with a close friend fly by? How can we stay trapped in a kiss forever?
Maybe eternity isn’t forever. Maybe eternity is the range of experiences our linear notion of forever can hold beautifully encapsulated within a single moment. The consequences of this statement are many and deserve some contemplation.
But not right now.
Right now, you are alive amongst the beauty of creation. You are in a moment. What could it potentially hold? What could it potentially mean?
There is good to be done. Here. Now.