by Karen Frazier, Managing Editor
Paranormal Underground Magazine
There are times in life where something happens that causes everything to snap into focus, and what really matters is crystallized into a single moment of clarity.
Last night, a very popular high school teacher in our town was killed in a motorcycle accident. He was the band director and a dad – three kids. One an infant.
Along with shock and sadness for his friends, family and students, I am reminded of something else. There are things that matter in this world and things that don’t. Our lives are often short – and always precious. And yet, I waste a tremendous amount of energy worrying about the things that don’t matter at the expense of the things that do. Even when our lives our long, we’re only here for a short time. Being with the people we love is what matters. Sharing our Light with the world and finding the Light in others is what matters. All of the other stuff that we waste our time and energy fretting about doesn’t matter in the slightest – even when it seems it does.