LIFE IS ABOUT EXPERIENCES.
WHAT ARE YOU DOING WITH YOUR JOURNEY?
What Do You Want To Experience?
Learning from our experiences can help others going through the same things. There are good and bad ones, and we should be grateful for all of them because they make us who we are. This blog is here to help you create more with your life. From small fun experiences to bigger more substantial experiences that push you forward. It's here to help you make life special in everything you do. To help you heal and grow. It's here to help you become the best version of yourself and embrace all of the experiences along the way... especially the tough ones.
It's Time for Happiness.
When my mom died last year at such a young age, I was devastated. I couldn't figure out what the point of life was if all we do is work, pay bills and die. I was determined for someone to answer: "What is the point of life? Why are we here?"
3 pastors came to my mom's house in her last days, comforting family. I grabbed each one of them on their way out asking "hey... what is the point of this life anyway if we're just going to die?" I thought for sure I had stumped them.
But, they all looked at me with concern, as if they felt sympathy that I didn't understand the meaning of life. They all had the same response.
"Life is a gift. We get to come to this physical world to have experience."
When I looked at my mom with tears pouring from my eyes, I realized she had lived an incredible life. She built and overcame so much in her short 50 years in this physical world. I was so proud of her. She lived a life of giving, working hard, loving, being an amazing wife, mother and grandmother, doing things she loved and doing good for others. She experienced hardships and learned how to grow from them. She broke negative family patterns and started new traditions. She made everything special. Her list of experiences was impressive.
I knew in that moment it was time for me to start making my own list, and making the most out of this gift of life.
- Steph, Owner of BlissfulBlueJays.com