I arise in the morning torn between a desire to improve (or save) the world and a desire to enjoy (or savor) the world. This makes it hard to plan the day. E.B. White
I love this quote. It reminds me that we must do both--save and savor the world. Too frequently, I am content to let the world pass by. I allow complacency and, I'm ashamed to admit, laziness to cause me to drift. If I want to make the world a better place (save), I must do my part. And if I want to
enjoy that same world (savor), I must find the beauty and joy in the Father's creations.
Neither of these can or will be done if I neglect my role. Heavenly Father did not send us to this earth to be passive onlookers. He sent us here to be active participants. I do not believe it is a coincidence that both these words--save and savor--sound so much like Savior, the ultimate example
This I know for sure: we must both save and savor if we are to be like our Savior.