What’s In Your Future?

Abraham Lincoln, a very wise man and great leader, once said: “In the end, it’s not the years in your life that count. It’s the life in your years.”

Abraham Lincoln is one person who unknowingly can speak to how few years we can have, he was assassinated when he was only 56 years old.  Like many other people we’ve lost before they’re able to live out the full potential of their life we have to wonder what they would have done with those additional years and opportunities.

What is in your years? Are you spending all your time on things that won’t bring you to where you really want to go, living a life with no real future, spending time with people who depress you or drain you, working a job you hate and eating things you don’t like? All of these things make years really seem small and insignificant. I love filling my days with things that will help others, that will bring benefits and blessings to many people, and even things that will help me learn more about and improve myself!

Neither you nor I know what the future really holds. But I do know how I will get there- by living my life in a way that will bring me to an amazing future, not put me where I don’t want to be. By reading inspiring books, choosing my friends wisely, starting my own business and making good decisions about what I fill my body and time with, I know I’ll be a whole lot closer to a future I actually want to live in, than one that I can’t stand.

How about you? If you continue living your life as it is right now, what does your future look like? Is it a life with filled and blessed years? Or is it a life with many empty years? I encourage you to make decisions this week that will help you get to the future you want.

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