It is Good To See The Sun: Living While Dying

 deeclarknz.com “The light is pleasant, and it is good for the eyes to see the sun.”- Solomon

Life is sweet like sunshine..

It’s good to be alive.

Feel free right now to tilt your head back and say, “Ahhh.” 

Solomon makes use of a truism of life—that seeing the sun typically brings delight. 

Don’t you just love sunny days?

Sunny days are days when you wake up and things couldn’t be better.

You know, those days when you wake up five minutes before your alarm goes off. 

Your relationships are working. 

Music is jammin’. 

You just want to roll down your car windows, let the wind blow your hair and enjoy life. 

Solomon advises “Enjoy life because there are some amazing days in life.” 

And there are…some AMAZING days!

Feel free to sing out a little James Brown, “I feel good.”deeclarknz.com “Indeed, if a man should live many years, let him rejoice in them all, and let him remember the days of darkness, for they will be many.”

Rejoice in all of the days that we are fortunate to live. 
It’s simple…enjoy the ordinary, the mundane, the routine, the trivial. 
Learn to be thankful just to be alive. 
The older we get the more thankful and content we should become.

Live life fully every day. 

Because Solomon reminds us that life is fleeting. 

From the day we are born, our body begins a journey toward death. It’s a sobering thought. Therefore, it is important to remember to truly live and live well. Remember your Creator. Focus on your purpose. 

In the movie Braveheart, William Wallace (as portrayed by Mel Gibson) said, “Every man dies but not every man really lives.”

Don’t let that happen to you.  deeclarknz.com Live while you are dying.

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