Have you thought about death?

We all know that we’ll die someday, but do we ever think of when? We all assume that day will come in a very distant future.

Some fear death. Some fear it so much, they refuse to see a doctor for minor illnesses fearing that the doctor will find something worst and announce them that they don’t have long to live.

I personally have never feared death. I always lived life that should I die later today, I’m proud of what I have done and achieved so far, regardless of all the darkness, obstacles and mistakes that I have made. My only wish is that I stay alive long enough to see my child reach the age of 18. That’s only a few years away now.

“If I die unexpectedly, can everyone just do the right thing and pretend I was a way better person than I am?” – Anna Kendrick

That being said. I also believe that there is more to life than surviving. You need to truly live. Life shouldn’t be taken for granted.

” Those who died yesterday had plans for this morning. And those who died this morning had plans for tonight. Don’t take life for granted. In the blink of an eye, everything can change. So forgive often and love with a full heart. You never know when you may not have that chance again.” – Unknown


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  1. I love this post because unfortunately, I think about death may be too frequently. I love my life, even though most of the time it’s a bit boring, but when my depression is at it’s lowest points I tend to think about it a lot. I hope I don’t live past 75, to be honest. Longevity on my family dies in their early 70’s. After writing this, I feel a bit morbid with my comment. LOL! 🙂


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