Whenever I wake up in the morning (yes, I'm no longer on a night shift job), I thank God for adding another day to my lifetime. I don't know the deadline of my life but each day is made precious because of that awareness. Instead of feeling emptiness, or worse terror of the unknown, I've made it a daily practice to embrace the inevitable and operate with certainty that my day is precious and should be lived with balance.
Let's ask ourselves: What's our purpose in life? What's my day really for?
2 Corinthians 5:1
We know that our body -- the tent we live in here on earth -- will be destroyed. But when that happens, God will have a house for us. It will not be a house made by human hands; instead, it will be a home in heaven that will last forever.