“The future depends on what you do today.”

“The future depends on what you do today.”

“The future depends on what you do today.”

― Mahatma Gandhi

So think about your future every action you make.

Not only your future, it can be everyone’s future.

Each of us has a key to effect this world.

When you do something positive today, it will help creating positive future.

When you do something negative today, it will help creating negative future.

No one wants negative. We all need positive.

But once a while, we make mistakes, we make wrong decision to do something negative.

That’s ok.

We all need to learn to forgive ourselves also.

We all humans, we make mistakes.

Mistakes are ok as long as you learn positive lessons for our positive future.

Then your negative action turn to something positive.

🙂

“Future depends on what you do today”

What good did I do today?

Seems like much… Well, I made my son smile. I made my son feel that he is loved.
I make good meal everyday for my family so my family can be healthy and well, so my son can grow up strong and healthy. I thought about water, so I tried not to waste any water. I recycle everything I know that is recyclable. I meditate for my own peace. I am writing this blog so I can maybe spread little words to people.

and so many more little things.

and these little things will help creating our future.

“The future depends on what you do today.”

Every little things we do everyday is part of our future.

So smile!

Your smile now will help creating our positive future. 🙂

We went to Arches National Park, My son sit under the giant arch, and he learned to appreciate the power and the beauty of our planet Earth. Beauty of our planet touched his heart. He loves nature. That heart will lead him to do something to help save our planet.

This is beautiful cycle of our action.

Little things we do is not LITTLE. It is beginning of BIG. 🙂

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Do you say THANK YOU to the people who are close to you often enough?

Do you say THANK YOU to the people who are close to you often enough?

Do you thank someone who is closest to you often enough?

We all say “Thank you” to people in public occasions always.
We all say “Thank you” casually in casual occasions.

But do you say “Thank you” to the people who are closest to you often? Sincerely?
Not just words, do you show them that you are thankful?
So many people today tend to forget how much your closest person do things for you. Person who is closest to you do things for you everyday as almost like routeing in your life for you, so you may not see how much this person do things for you as much as you should.

Think about it, your mother, seems like everyday thing in your life, but through out your life, how much things she has done for you? Your wife/ husband, think about how she or he take care of you? As long as two people share life together, there is something that your partner do things for you. Your best friend, your sister, your brother, your co-worker, whoever that close someone is to you, as close as they are, don not forget to say “Thank you”. If not everyday, then once a while, take your moment and make a special occasion to show them that you are thankful.

You will never know how much that person can feel by your sincere thank you.

and things will always goes around and comes around. No matter how long it takes to come back to you, it will come back to you. So spread smile and positive words starting from someone who is close to you.

THANK YOU.

“We must find time to stop and thank the people who make a difference in our lives.”
― John F. Kennedy

“Difference in our lives”, people think about this person who make a difference is to be someone who strongly inspire them someway at special occasion. But think… every person who is close to you and share your life with you makes a difference in your life. 🙂

So say THANK YOU and give a hug and kisses to someone who is close to you and have been there for you.

and Thank YOU for reading this. 🙂

It’s such busy internet based world. I appreciate that you took a moment to read this small post in your precious time.