"Life IS "
A Journal by Judith Rivers-Moore
Dolly Parton Once Said, “Everyday We Have A Choice.,,, I Do The Best I Can Everyday & I’m Going To Enjoy My Life”
“If You Want The Rainbow, You Have To Put Up With The Rain!”
Yes, I could have quoted dignitaries or the Dalai Lama, but Dolly says it right. Most of us go through life believing our daily lives are just in the process of happening. We give no credit to providence, nor the fragments that allow us to be in the right place at the right time. Most of us do not value the interference or impact from one person on our lives, How one person can affect and rob us ... or add to and give us joy and the gift of fond memories . We truly learn more from our mistakes than from our successes. It is the person that comes to grips with nor limitations early when you ask for help and guidance from the stronger other(s).
We often do not give credit to that one thing “that sets something important in motion” to excel or preserve our lives. Sadly some people play or wish their lives away and hide from living. Others find methods to make their lives a “tool or useful” because they value the short amount of time they have on earth, or comprehend that good works bring them happiness.
The following stories of my life give a view into why I believe in the joyful promise of God & angels ... (shared with respect to all who believe in a higher conscience), This Journal contains the guidance and structure of my family, and my belief that we are all possibly in place at the right moment in time. During this limited time, it is up to us to act for, or stand with, the many expressing attitudes of support. In our work and play, we have a narrow margin of time to live on this earth to give our stories, our love and our passions, but most of all our appreciation for what we have.
Who am I to think someone would consider my unique stories about life important? They are probably NOT, yet a reflection of our time and era. Not of a hero or heroine, yet they shaped my life, attitudes, thinking, gratefulness, and joy at being alive to savor and appreciate what I learned from each of life’s changing moments.