Left here and there across a lifetime—first, in the beginning, and then, in the end; recognizable and familiar, often marked first as a dream, vision, or action, later morphing into form and structure.
Some finger-prints are hard to erase, remaining for an eternity, while others are not visible at all after waves of time—leave not the slightest creation, acts for the betterment of mankind, or any other bit of evidence for the writers of legacies to pen; finger-prints left for all to see happen, not by accident, but rather by a desire to leave no doubt that we walk unannounced on this earth only for a short while with a purpose and a destiny fulfilled.
Without manifestations that embody the desires of the heart and a commitment to dreams made real, there would be no finger-prints or proof that we traveled an individual path with a heart, a mind, and eyes to see our purpose—a purpose ordained in a plan when the words were spoken, “let there be life,” and spiritual winds were blown into our existence.
Our culmination of a lifetime of finger-prints is the DASH between the two dates on the marker laid at the final place of rest.
A dash representing accidental, coincidental, or random events? I think not.
A Finger-Print dash is surely worthy of pondering God’s divine plan and his perfect timing.