Sometimes we get too caught up in the everyday things and forget to remember the the things that truly matter most to us. I encourage all of you to take a few minutes and remind yourself of all the things that really matter most to you, and what you are blessed with everyday. Tell the people closest to your heart how much you love them and how much they truly mean to you. This is our one and only chance at mortal life-the longer we live the greater of realization that it is short and brief. Time never stands still it must always steadily march on. One of the greatest blessings that we can truly learn is the realization and the coming to understand what really is important and what is not.
"If you have children who are grown and gone, in all likelihood you have occasionally felt pangs of loss and the recognition that you didn’t appreciate that time of life as much as you should have. Of course, there is no going back, but only forward. Rather than dwelling on the past, we should make the most of today, of the here and now, doing all we can to provide pleasant memories for the future. Stresses in our lives come regardless of our circumstances. We must deal with them the best we can. But we should not let them get in the way of what is most important—and what is most important almost always involves the people around us. Often we assume that they must know how much we love them. But we should never assume; we should let them know." -Thomas S. Monson.
So guys... send a dear and sincere note to the ones you are having a hard time with or with bitter feelings, give your parents and siblings a hug and say "I love you more often." And last but not least "Never let a problem to be solved become more important that a person to be loved."