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Lessons From My Father: The Call Principle

What if we treated every phone call with our loved one’s like it was our last?  What if we approached every interaction with friends, family, business associates, or casual acquaintances like it was our last interaction?  What if we considered every event in our lives as divine, valuable, and as our most precious commodity in that moment? 

The “Call” principle is about my last conversation with my Father.  At the time, I did not know that it would be my last conversation, but in hindsight, I realize that I would have approached that moment differently had I known.    And in most cases, we will never know the significance of a moment until it has passed.  However, there comes a point in our lives when we can no longer live in hindsight and with constant regrets.

Another option is to treat every moment like it’s our last.  We have the choice to approach every interaction with carefulness and sensitivity so that we can position ourselves to receive all that we can from that moment.  And if we live a life that consistently values every second, minute, and hour of our day, our belief is that eventually, we will compile a life of triumphant experiences and memorable encounters that matter and have profound meaning.

Please be inspired to consider a higher approach in which every moment is divine.  No matter how large or small or insignificant it may feel at the moment, we consider it to be so.  We never know when it will be our last or their last, and we never know how a simple phone call or hello can change our future.  Yet, it will always count if we pour our hearts and our spirits into those moments.

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