Today's challenge was not what I expected, but certainly excited me (take a second to click on the link before reading on, otherwise it just won't make sense and I don't have a lot of time to explain why).
Here's the story:
Ironically, the story is about time. Time is easily the most valuable thing we have and it's only when it becomes scarce that we realize its true value. Think about all the different things you can do with your time. I could spend the rest of my time, writing about the various things I could do or could have done with it; however, it would seem useless because my time is going to end soon.
Instead, I would like to encourage you to think about your time. Think about the ways you can use it. How you choose to spend your time can certainly speak volumes to the kind of person you are. Investing your time in other people is to me, one of the most altruistic things a human being can do. You should try to spend your time in such a way that you won't regret in the future.
Happiness is relative. It is relative to the amount of sadness you have felt in your life. There have been and will be times where you will feel sad; however, I encourage you to not dwell on these periods because you and I both know your time is better spent happy. The good thing is, now that you've experienced sadness you know what happiness can feel like.
I've got a few minutes to spare here, but I think I've spent enough time telling the story that needs to be told.