The Barn Door

Once the horse is gone, it’s a little late to close the barn door. Take the time to do what is necessary before it’s too late. Those final arrangements, your last will, your living will…all of these are necessary for your family’s welfare.

Most of all, live each day to the fullest and appreciate your loved ones and friends. Life is temporary and tomorrow is promised to no one. Close the barn door. Make the best of today and set your plans in order for your family.


One response to “The Barn Door

  1. You make a wonderful point. As a pastor, I’ve seen so many families have to make final arrangements after the death of a loved one. It only adds to the frustration and grief they experience. Make those arrangements today, while you still have the day, so your loved ones don’t have that added burden.

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