At whatever point you leave life, if you leave it in the right way, it is a whole. ~ Seneca
If I die tomorrow, that’s ok, because my life is a whole.
If I die tomorrow, that’s ok, because every one of my most important relationships is in good standing. And this will always be the case, because I approach my most important relationships with my utmost positive intent. I bring these people generosity and curiosity, and I will never let an interaction with one of them end badly. If I die tomorrow, I will die with my most important relationships intact.
If I die tomorrow, that’s ok, because I challenge myself. In every failure, I seek knowledge that will empower me to do better next time. In every success, I find pride, but also imperfections to correct. I carefully consider my next step, my next stretch, and my next leap, and these visions guide my actions. I envision my ideal life, my ideal day, and I focus on the actions and behaviors that will set me on a course to achieve those ideals. If I die tomorrow, I will die having done my best.
If I die tomorrow, that’s ok, because I know the change I’m trying to make in the world. I seek to open people’s minds so that human connections create elegant solutions. I seek to live a life of rigorous generosity and unwavering curiosity, and to help others do the same. My job is to do whatever I can to move the world in the right direction. If I die tomorrow, I will die having done my duty.
If I die tomorrow, that’s ok, because I’m a little selfish sometimes. I take a break when I need it. I push back on work when it intrudes too far into my life. I recognize when I’ve committed myself to too many causes, and I quit things when I need to. I maintain a healthy balance of work, recreation and entertainment at all times. If I die tomorrow, I will die having enjoyed my life.Loading Likes...