Ready for your Eulogy?

Does that sound morbid to you?

Why are most of us so afraid of death? It’s part of life, isn’t it?

Nobody knows when their time will come to pass on and apart from trying our best to live a healthy, good life there is nothing much we can do about this. But we can and we must do something about how we live today!

What we do today determines who and what we will be tomorrow!

There is not point crying for what has happened in the past because we can’t change that anymore. And there is no point in planning what we will do in the future unless we take the action steps to fulfill those plans.

The only time we can change is our present. We have to live today and be our Best; we have to take the right actions today to get what we want want from life. We have no time to wait until tomorrow because tomorrow might never come.

I have never heard of anyone who complaint about having done too much in his life (I have heard of people who complaint about having worked too much) but I heard many people who regretted not having done things they have always wanted to do while they still could.

Go out and do what you want to do NOW! Don’t wait for the perfect moment. It might never come. You have to start doing the small things you want to do in order to be ready for the big things you dream of doing. Because there will never be a big bang if you don’t start creating small bangs before.

Did I tell you about that post card on my desk?

“Follow your dreams. Take one step at the time…
Don’t settle for less, just continue to climb.”

I am going for a little climb onto my house moutain today (see picture). I have been wanting to do that for a long time.

Have a glorious day
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