Do any of you celebrate anything other than the regular holidays (ie: Birthday's, Christmas, New Year's, anniversaries, graduations?)
Do you treat yourself to a candle lit dinner for no reason?
Do you play hooky and take the day off every now and again?
Do you laugh for no reason at all, just because it makes you feel good?
Do you celebrate just being Alive?
In this world of such seriousness and wars and school murders and planes crashing and horrible happenings can we make room for enjoying life instead of worrying about life all the time? Can we learn to not live in fear of the next horrible thing that may or may not happen? Can we truly live in the moment and create an inner peace and just celebrate this gift of life that we were given?
I'm trying to light a candle at least once a day if not more to celebrate that I am still alive and healthy and that all my immediate family members are still with me except for one that passed in 1986. But I just like to be thankful and grateful for something everyday sometimes many times during the day. I hope you all find something about your life to celebrate at least once a day if not more.
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