A Moment in Time

The clock started ticking 14.3 billion years ago.  What happened since then is history: “as it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be, world without end, Amen.”  We don’t disturb the eternal calm.  But what you do with this moment may affect your future forever.

In a world where humans make millions of mistakes, intention matters so as to set the record straight.  The eternal author of the Big Bang is not disturbed by your misappropriations, but reads your heart.  Was that a selfish blunder or an example of pure selflessness?

Little moments add up to one big moment (if we’ve done it right) at the end, where you either mount the steps or descend.  I don’t want to have misjudged after having been given eighty-seven long years to get it right.

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