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#MAIMondayMotivation: “Live A Full Course Life with No Regrets”

Greetings and Good Morning, Everyone,

I hope that you all have had an amazing summer weekend. I start off this week with a thought of gratitude, and thankfulness that I’m still here. I’m alive and well. There are times in life that will make you take stock of what’s important to you, force you to have your affairs in order because, you just never know, and to really remember that our tomorrow is never promised, therefore live in the moment cherishing today. I experienced that over the weekend, Saturday, to be exact. Today, I want to briefly speak on my experience this past weekend, and why you should be living a full course life! So, without delay, let’s dive right in!

God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble. ~ Psalms 46:1

Last week, I will admit, was pretty tough on me emotionally. On Monday, I watched the news as reports of 6 (which later would become 7) individuals were killed and at least 31 others injured at a 4th of July parade in Highland Park, IL. I also learned that an associate at my job that I’d worked on several projects with passed away suddenly, and as the week closed I truly felt introspective and reflective of my time and place on this earth…until, Saturday. Saturday brought it all home. On Saturday, I was involved in a car accident. It wasn’t my fault, and I’m fine. The other car crashed into the passenger side of my car. I’m still fine, but when I look the pictures and I can’t help but thank God. It could’ve been so much worse. My husband and children could have been in the car with me, or I could have been hit by oncoming traffic considering both lanes had traffic. We all have our own “expiration date,” and that date is non-negotiable. However, I’m not ready for mine to be anytime soon. I’m so thankful and grateful to count all of the blessings while I can. We are certainly not promised tomorrow. What happened to me over the weekend, reminded me that our time here is not guaranteed, this moment made me realize how vulnerable and fragile we are to outside forces. With that said, it’s so important to be in the moment and live for today. I can’t cry over spilled milk, but I can wipe up the mess; thank God I have enough milk left to pour; and pour another full glass! This is why it’s so important to do what you want and love in life everyday! We all must do what makes us come alive! I’m asking you to find a way to live a “full course life!” Spend that quality time with your loved ones, take that class that you’ve been putting off, eat, travel, and enjoy your life abundantly! You deserve it! For one day you never know may be the day that is truly your last, make sure that you have no regrets!

This photo is a reminder to me to continue to live a “full course life” with no regrets!

Charmyra E. Fleming is a romance author with a deep desire to M.OTIVATE | A.SPIRE | I.NSPIRE, her readers and beyond to live their lives with purpose, intention, and full of passion. Thank you for reading her blog post this morning. Hey, do her a favor, if you like or love this post, comment on it. She'd love to hear your feedback. Also, please feel free to share it with your family and friends in the social media universe. Your support is greatly appreciated!

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