Today we have higher buildings and wider highways, but shorter temperments and narrower points of view.
We spend more, but enjoy less. We have bigger houses, but smaller families. We have more compromises, but less time. We have more knowledge, but less judgement. We have more medicines, but less health.
We have multiplied our possessions, but reduced our values. We talk much, we love only a little, and we hate too much.
We reached the moon and came back, but we find it troublesome to cross our own street and meet our neighbors. We have conquered the outer space, but not our inner space.
We have higher income, but less moralsâ€¦ These are times with more liberty, but less joyâ€¦ With much more food, but less nutritionâ€¦
These are days in which two salaries come home, but divorces increase. These are times of finer houses, but more broken homes.
Thatâ€™s why I propose that as of today -- You do not keep anything for a special occasion, because every day that you live is a special occasion. Search for knowledge, read more, sit on your front porch and admire the view without paying attention to the needs. Pass more time with your family, eat your favorite food, visit the place you love. Life is a chain of moments of enjoyment; it isnâ€™t only survival.
Use your crystal goblets. Do not save your best perfumeâ€¦ use it every time you feel you want it. Take out from your vocabulary phrases like, â€œone of these daysâ€ and â€œsomedayâ€. Letâ€™s write that letter we thought of writing â€œone of these daysâ€¦â€
Letâ€™s tell our families and friends how much we love them. Never pass up a chance at adding laughter and joy to your life. Every day, hour, and minute are specialâ€¦ Because you never know if it will be your lastâ€¦
If youâ€™re too busy to take some minutes to share this message with someone you love, and you tell yourself that you will share it â€œone of these daysâ€â€¦ â€œone of these daysâ€ can be very far away, and you may not be there to see itâ€¦