While I was looking for inspiration for my blog post today, I saw two posts on Facebook that I couldn’t ignore and were very definitely linked.
The first was the quote from the Dalai Lama, which is above, and very simple, yet profound.
And the second was an article from viralnova.com about a set of pictures that photographer Tom Hussey took to illustrate just how much we change in our lives and how quickly time can pass if we’re not present to it.
Here are a handful of the photos, but you can view all of them here.
And you can visit Tom Hussey’s site here.
So, if you were 100 and looking back at a photo of yourself when you were younger, would you be happy with the life that you have led up until that point? Are there things that you are likely to wish you had done? Places you’d been? Things you had seen?
I have recently turned 33, which means that I have another 77 years on this planet to continue to make a positive difference and live the life of my dreams. What would you like to feel about your life and the journey you have taken when you look in the mirror at 100?
Sending you love, hugs and light,
Kat x x x
At 29 I feel hopeful… At 100 I’d like to feel fulfilled xxx