Yo whats up everybody it your boy Godfrey Elder and this is episode seven of debt to dollars.Thanks for tuning in. This episode is about appreciation. More specific on appreciation it's about giving people flowers while they can still smell. When I say that I mean literal flowers. I mean like you can go out and buy someone a flower or just pick it up, they grow all around us. Just give it to them. Because they mean something. Or give it to them for no reason at all. See their reaction. It could be anyone in your family, friend, male or female. A lot of times we we get so caught up in the everyday struggle, in our lives in a society on our culture we forget that this body this life is temporary.
We tend to overreact. We tend to give ourselves too much importance that we don't focus on the loved ones or lessons or the blessings that are around us. My good friend Hannes, he sent me an email. It played with the balance of living every day like it's your last and living every day like it's someone else's last. That really hit home for me. When you live every day like it's your last, I believe that it's coming from a self-serving point of view. You’re trying to just take the most that you can out of it because maybe you haven't really been living in real life. You’ve been just existing.
But when you live every day like someone else's last that's more of an empowering point of view to have its more of service-based position where you see the greatest way that you could benefit that person. By a thought, a word or complement, a gift, compassion; and then you bestow that upon them. So I really love that email because help me to understand that not every day you have to live like it's your last, someday it could be someone else's last. This is reality. If you got someone that supports you out there be it a family, friend, or stranger. Shout out to my strangers out there. Appreciate them. This is debt to dollars episode seven. One love, peace.