There it is, pressed in dusk blue on my sea foam wall, worn into the creases, tattoo on the skin of my home, reminding me of what I can’t ever forget–Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?
What is it that I plan to do with this length of breath I’m allowed?
What has already been in motion.
This is what I will do.
It’s here. Before me. Laughing eyes, secret unveiling in its smile. This world. The heartbeats singing within.
What can I do but live and drink every drop of this earth’s dew, pause and pay attention, marvel, notice, breathe, love, give, and continuously keep praise and thanks poised on my tongue. Let nothing be wasted, even the pain–especially the pain. Pay homage to this delicate and delicious spin of life, our expanding, counted days.
Tell me, what would you do if you stared eternity straight in the face then turned to taste time once again?