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enjoy's the only one you've got

today is the only today you've got. it won't be back again.

today is the only (insert today's date here) you get. 

it only comes around once. you only get to live it right now.

tomorrow will be tomorrow. next week will be next week. 

today will only be today...once.

how you choose to live it is your choice. how you choose to spend your time is up to you.

no matter your circumstances. no matter the obstacles you face. no matter the mountains you need moved on your still get to decide your attitude. 

you still get to decide how you'll react. how you'll adjust. 

you still get to decide how you'll live.

life is more about how we choose to see it then about how it really is.

we can see the thorn or we can see the rose. 

we can see the rain or we can see the rainbow. 

we can see the storm or we can see the shelter.

simple stuff really. simple choices. not always easy choices but simple still the same. 

two people see the same movie and feel different ways.

two people read the same book and have different opinions.

two people have the same setback and have different reactions.

it's all a matter of perspective.

it's all about how we choose to see it. 

it's all about how we decide to live.

your life won't  be anything unless you choose it to be.

today is the only today you've got. it won't be back again. 

enjoy it...and choose to live it well. 

"For i have learned to be content whatever the circumstances. I know what it is to be in need, and I know what it is to have plenty. I have learned the secret to being content in any and every situation, whether well fed or hungry, whether living in plenty or in want. I can do everything through Him who gives me strength." Philippians 4:11-13


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