While touring the Ancient Ozarks Natural History Museum just south of Branson, MO, I happened up a Native American quote that affected me so deeply I snapped a photo of it.
This quote struck me and reminded me of truth written in ancient times:
I heard a preacher once say at a funeral,
“On a tombstone we see a person’s date of birth and their date of death. The only thing that separates those dates is a hyphen, a ‘dash.’ When our time to pass from this life comes, the question will be asked, ‘What did that person do with that ‘dash’?”
We all have one life – and we have no clue how long or short it will be. Don’t waste it.
Soli Deo Gloria, Nick