Sometimes all you need is a crisp pile of leaves...
Thank you to my sweet little boy who simply asked on our jog...
"Mom, can we stop and kick the leaves?"
I hadn't even seen them there...over in the corner of the street.
It was such a quintessential fall moment watching the jubilation of my two youngest as they launched handfuls of leaves into the air.
I was grateful to Tate in inviting me to take a moment to slow down.
It reminded me of this video that I shared in a previous post, "Moments that Matter Most"
It makes me teary-eyed each time... seeing the Mom in the rain with her kids, the college son running home to the outstretched arms of his mother, the expression on the doctor's face...
I can watch it over and over.
I pray I will remember its message as I begin this hectic holiday season.
The message can be summed up by these 3 quotes from the video:
moments are the molecules that make up eternity.
Elder Neal A Maxwell
its not so much the major events, as the small day to day decisions that map the course of our living.
Pres. Gordon B Hinckley
we would do well to slow down a little, focus on the significant, lift up our eyes and truly see the things that matter most. strength comes not from frantic activity but from being settled on a firm foundation of truth and light. it comes from paying attention to the divine things that matter most. diligently doing the things that matter most will lead us to the Savior of the World
Pres. Dieter F. Uchtdorf