Each Day That Boats Come To Call At The Port Of Existence Is A Good Day
A City of Houston park I have come to enjoy is Tony Marron Park.
A portion of this park is along a section of Buffalo Bayou that at one point saw a great deal of boat traffic between Downtown Houston and the Houston Ship Channel.
Boat traffic has long since stopped at this section of the bayou.
As you can see from the two pictures above, there is still evidence of where the boats once stopped.
There are just no boats.
While my father was dying last month, I wondered about all the people he must have known over his 80 years.
They were all dead or otherwise gone. I was not aware of many people who dad was still in touch with in life.
When I walk along the trail at Marron Park and see where there was once life and activity, I think how we should value each day that traffic comes to call at the port of life and existence.
This traffic can be people, things we learn, ways that others communicate with us, opportunities to do constructive things, or—to be literal-minded–even a real boat.
Even the most routinely scheduled service is at some point rerouted or ended.
Take advantage of each day that you are on the path of some channel or route of existence.
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