Having been raised the way I was, I often find myself thinking that something has value only if it has an obvious eternal correlation, yet perhaps a moment has supreme significance simply because of its fleeting temporality.
I am led to think of this song from the greatest TV show: Northern Exposure. (What other show will you ever, for example, see an argument between a Lutheran lay person [consubstantiation] and a Catholic priest [transubstantiation] while arm wrestling? Nowhere.) Anyway, this was the series finale closing song; it captures everything: