posted on Dec, 12 2013 @ 02:09 PM
A strange quirk of human nature that we only put value on our time in life when we are told we suddenly have less than we thought.
To me, LIFE
is the only guaranteed extinction level event and nobody survives. Everybody already knows, and they also know they
could get an incurable disease next week or die in an accident tomorrow.
But we sadly ignore all that and waste time with unimportant things (myself just as guilty) all the while preaching, "Someday, I'll spend more time
with my family, quit my job, travel, party like there's no tomorrow..."
Do it now.
Don't wait for the warning of an asteroid hitting you on the head.
Just go do it.
The million excuses you give right now are small comfort when you look death in the face.
" I wish I had ..." are the most common last words.
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