What really matters is not what kind of car you drive.
Or if you choose to walk everywhere you go.
It’s not what size you are or the density of your muscle mass.
It’s not where you live.
It’s not whether you stick to your diet and exercise daily.
It’s not your corner office, your job title or how well you play office politics.
The color of your hair, the size of your bank account, the desirable location of your second home?
None of this really matters.
What does really matter, then?
How you love.
Who you love.
The times we remember our whole lives are the times we loved deeply – even if we were sleeping on the floor with our family, lit by candles because there was no money for electricity or water, and only a little bit for food.
Those lean times are the moments which bond us.
Maybe because those are the times we are especially grateful for the little things. And the big things, too.
The big things like that we loved. That we were connected. That we took care of one another. Looked out for one another.
You and I know in our hearts that this is what really matters.
And you and I know that sometimes we need to re-center in love in order to re-center in our lives.
Watch this, and see what really matters in action. Watch this, and re-center: