I am noticing that it’s the little things that really matter on most days of our lives.
In the grand scheme of things it’s those moments of quiet reflection, such as when I stop to look into my son’s eyes to affirm him, or during those moments when I smile with someone else’s little girl or boy (or baby) that really matters.
We want to do BIG things and fulfill our wildest dreams, but while we are on that path to success let us not forget to pay close attention to those whom may seem insignificant or unimportant at first. Just imagine, those small moments of impartation may be the fuel that propels others to fulfill their dreams! Long after you have parted company, know that you have left an indelible impression on someone else.
Make that impression a positive one – one that can last for all eternity.
It takes some focusing and discipline, but you will feel the warmth of encouraging another person with your smile and your kind words or actions.
I see it every day with my son.
I pray you will see it in your lives too.