One really good burp from old Sol and it could be hasta la vista, baby.
Then again, one real good size asteroid could by pass the moon and smack us right up along side the head and well, I don't even think Bill and
Melinda in their seed vault would survive.
So, again I say, Never part anyone with a nasty remark you might later regret.
Kiss your love like it is the first and the last time.
And cherish each and every day - smile at strangers, be kind, think along the lines of maybe this might be my last day, or moment on this third
Look at the blue sky and big puffy white clouds, the green grass, the swaying trees, smell the air and go barefoot on the weekends, feeling the earth
beneath your feet.
And most importantly remember, we are eternal beings - our vessels, these meat bags may melt, vaporize, disintegrate but our soul's essence, our life
unique life force will pass through death's doorway into eternity.
Never tell your kids or dog, Not now, I'm running late.
Use that bar of expensive super exotic scented heart shape soap that you know is terribly expensive.
Wear that favorite sweater or shirt.
Give just a tiny bit to your favorite charity, or buy a homeless person a big mac with cheese, knowing that you made a difference.
Go ahead and eat that sliver of cheese cake or cheese burger (not just every day).
Be kind, just, merciful and honorable - so that if today were your last day you would go knowing you did your best and "life" was a little more
blessed, a little bit better off having you here.
If something happens, I hope it's fast, I personally don't like pain.
I also would want to be with my loved ones.