This year is over and tomorrow starts a new one. As I reflect on this past year, I am reminded of the Broadway song used for my title. How do you really measure a year? How do you measure its effect on the life of each one of us?
Is it measured in daylights; in sunsets; in midnights; in cups of coffee?
Is it measured in inches; in miles; in laughter; in strife?
How do you measure a year of life?
Tomorrow starts a new year. You will have 525,600 minutes of life. You will have 525,600 journeys to try and plan. What will you do? How will you measure the success of your next year of life?
Remember that love is a gift from up above. Share love; give love. Measure you life in love. Measure your life in Seasons of Love.
The writer’s of this song were thinking of a human love when they wrote it. They were thinking of the love shared between two people. This song could be so much more powerful if we took it to mean the type of loved expressed in scripture- Godly love.
Give someone love this year- real genuine love. Give Godly love: The love that gives without hope of return; the love that wants more for others than self; the love that is patient and kind.
Getting past me, my own problems and my own situations, and putting others first would be genuine love. We will only experience the fullness of God’s promise when we began to show true love. Lord- help me most!
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