Life, Regrets & Hesitation

I just recently had a loss of a family friend. He was killed in a car accident.

My brother and mother spoke to him about a month ago, but I honestly don’t remember the last time I spoke to or saw him (maybe a few years!). I’m glad none of us had any trace of anger or enmity toward him. We spent about one or two entire summers together, so we had great memories too.

However, I’m disappointed in myself that I didn’t spend any time or speak with him recently. I had thought about him quite a few times earlier, but I procrastinated any action. I learned from my grandfather’s death a similar lesson. Apparently I still have some changing to do.

So from now on, I’m not going to hesitate on any opportunity to call or get in touch in someone. In fact, I’m going to focus on not hesitating on anything I know is right. My life has been held back by my hesitation for too long. With my Father as my strength, it stops–now.

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