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Cherished Moments

We often hear people say, "enjoy the moment" or "live in the moment." Some may think it is just a cliche, but the truth is, these are reminders to appreciate life's simple things. Dr. Seuss's quote, "sometimes you will never know the value of a moment until it becomes a memory" emphasizes how essential it is to cherish moments. As professional women and men, we get caught up in the daily hustle and bustle of life that we forget how crucial it is to slow down and appreciate moments.


Cherishing moments means being fully present in them. It requires an individual to put their phone away, turn off all distractions, and focus their full attention on the present moment. When we do this, we are giving ourselves the gift of mindfulness, which helps us appreciate the moment even more.


Cherishing moments also means creating memories. The activities we do today become the stories we tell tomorrow. Recording these memories can be done in various ways, like taking pictures, making short videos or journaling.


Life can be unpredictable, and we may never know if that moment is the last time we'll experience something. Cherishing moments also means not taking them for granted. By being grateful for those moments, we can acknowledge them and cherish them instead of assuming they will always be there.


Cherishing moments doesn't only apply to happy experiences. Sometimes, moments of sorrow and grief can also be cherished. When we allow ourselves to acknowledge and feel the pain that comes with these moments, we can appreciate the moments that make us feel joyful even more.


Dr. Seuss's quote is a reminder that moments will pass, and the value they hold may only be clear in hindsight. So if we practice mindfulness, create memories, and appreciate moments for what they are, we can have a fulfilling and purposeful life. At the end of the day, it's not about how much money we make or how many accomplishments we have but the moments we've cherished.


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