When All Is Said and Done


Why do you do what you do each day?

Why is it important to you? Your hopes, your dreams, your aspirations, your goals.

When all is said and done, are you happy? Have a feeling of fulfillment? Satisfied?

The thing is we don’t know what tomorrow or even the next few minutes may bring, speaking from personal experience.

So my point – It’s important to live your life fully. And its important to reach outward, extend your knowledge and experience … but regarding your goals it is equally important to reflect and determine why you have the goals you have and your expectations.

Being financially secure is definitely important, however there’s a diminishing return on personal value if earning more money for the sake of having more “things” takes over.

At the end of their life nobody wants to hug their money or their accumulated stuff. What they all want & need is human connection.

And at the end of the day, most of us want to be able to share our day’s happenings with another person(s).

Dont forget whats really important in your life. For optimum happiness – a sense of fulfillment, being needed, and worthy with a purpose in your life – relationships with people (of all ages) should be the main thing, not a side item … when all is said and done!

Thank you for stopping by, have a great week and … as always, take care of you.

With affection,

14 thoughts on “When All Is Said and Done

  1. Yes live now and live to the full! Nothing is more important than the now as we have control over exactly that moment and fill it with love. Not ht past or future. Sending you much love! ♥ Ute

  2. Beautifully stated, dear Penny!… I try to live each day with a smile on my face… It is a good way to cope with things, in good and bad times… Love and hugs! Aquileana ⭐

  3. So true. . . But people seem to be pulling back more and making fewer connections now than in the past. They can’t get past the screens of their smartphones or ipads. It’s sad.

  4. Financial independence means to care for my family and wish to make a difference in others’ lives. But I often live at the borderline. This dishearten my friends and I.

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