A Life Worth Remembering
July 29, 2016
A hundred years from now, people will most likely not remember what type of car you drove. They will not think about the house you lived in or whether or not a gate guarded your community. Your social status and work title most likely will not cross their minds, these things just don’t last. James refers to our lives as a mist; a vapor that is here today, and tomorrow . . . vanishes.