This week I wrote about designer Kate Spade’s suicide and then about people saying they will do something when…
When they find love, get money, lose weight.
Today’s blog goes along with all of that, it’s about no regrets, living your life, what ever time we may have left, with no regrets.
Look tomorrow is not promised to us, we can live another 50 years or another 50 seconds, we don’t know which it is.
So knowing that why wouldn’t we change our point of view? Why wouldn’t we live our lives to the fullest?
I have lost too many people, I know how short life is and I am determined to live my best life. I am present in every moment, I live life large every single day.
There will be no regrets when I am called home, I am good.
I’ve forgiven those who hurt me, I apologized to those I’ve hurt, I did what I wanted to, on my terms. I screwed up, yes, but I’ve learned lessons every time and made changes accordingly.
Last night I had a list as long as my arm to do. I worked until 8 pm and I still needed to clean my house, wash my clothes and a list of other crap that needed doing. When my girl friend called me and said she was in my nieghbood, I said come on over, just like that.
I could have said no, I got too much to do, another time, not answered the phone but what if that was the last time I saw her? Will the laundry and dirty dishes still be there long after I’m dead? Yes! So who cares, live in the moment.
She came over and I pulled out a bottle of wine and we sat and talked and laughed. We had an amazing night and I was so glad I lived in that moment with this person who I am blessed to have in my life.
This is what I am talking about no regrets, take that moment, take that chance, don’t wait until… do you know how many people don’t get an until…
No! I am doing it while I can, I will jump out of that plane, do that triathlon, walk on fire, I will make every moment count because I may not have a moment like that again.
So today my friends remember our time here is precious, we are only given a certain amount of it, use it wisely, don’t waste it on the small stuff, stuff that will always be there like laundry and the house. Use it to spend time with the people you love, the people that make you laugh, use it to do things you’ve always wanted to do.
Use it to travel, to meet new people, to have new adventures, to live a life worth living. Because at the end of it you won’t be wishing you worked more, that you did more dishes, you’ll be wishing you spent more time with the people you loved, doing the things you wanted to, living life large and with no regrets.
“Be the change you want to see”
“And just when the caterpillar thought his life over…he turned into a beautiful butterfly”
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