I had many memories as a child that I would not want anyone else to experience.
If you read my bio at edgintuitive.com you know happy times weren’t in the cards
But when I started to open my wings of freedom and fly away to my home, I started to choose my experiences while letting my gifts mature.
I started to make memories with friends, while traveling alone I recorded the time I enjoyed while rejuvenating.
Even as busy as we are, we should take the time to make our own memories.
From children’s’ plays, to sporting events we should take the time to memorize those moments.
As we are moving into our journey each moment should be a treasure.
From family gatherings to traveling, record those moments.
In a moment of sorrow or sadness we can revisit those memories to give us the strength to move forward.
I always found comforting, when I was in dire need of boosting my spirit, to go back to those times, it always gave me the inspiration to stand up and get going.
We can always share a laugh with our memories. Recounting how we got there, what we felt at that moment.
Making memories will be passed on from generation to generation. Leaving a footprint for future generations to look back at, on our lives. It is a humbling experience to be able to revisit those moments but also giving us hope we have more memories to create.
We can see how far we have come, but also give us the nostalgia of a moment in time.
Making memories is more precious than gold. It is what reminds us of the people we love, the friends that have passed away. The chronical of our lives, we need to see it as a beautiful reminder of who we are.
Take the time today to make some beautiful memories that you can look back later and smile.