Home for the Holidays, by Thomas Kincaid

Saturday, January 3, 2009

One life and one alone we have to live
Upon this earth.
One life in which to learn so much –to
Seek and find and prove your worth.
So many dreams there are to dream —
So many things to know and do.
So many rosy peaks to climb —
So many pathways to pursue.

So waste no time on fruitless quests that
Get you nowhere in the end.
The God of Time is yours to squander or
With care, to use and spend.
It’s folly to postpone good deeds. "Tomorrow
Never comes," they say.
The future belongs to God. Your only chance



The Feathered Nest said...

Beautiful photographs and poem Elizabeth!!! Just wonderful ~ wishing you a great week ahead...xxoo, Dawn

beth at aunties said...

Come by and pick up a picture of the Savior by David Bowman. It is only until noon tomorrow.
M son somehow took my T rec back to VA with him... I am hoping to see it in the mail soon:) Somehow our rec got mixed up a the Temple.

Hugs, beth