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What Do You Mean You Don't Know?

Top 5 regrets of dying

Social media, yesterday, provided this image. i am thankful for today.

Top 5 regrets of dying.

Regret flourishes when we insidiously believe we have plenty of time to do things later.

Regret becomes real when we unexpectedly run out of time for later.

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Busy...Dreadfully Busy

Have you had this conversation yet?

end of life talks
Had to do a double take after reading this one.

 

chat bots
Chat bots are coming. Embrace or reject.

 

Embrace technology or not.

It’s definitely a personal choice.

Embrace your death or not.

Your choice.

You have the choice.

What a gift.

 

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Authenticity

i’m dying and i know it

unbound merino wear
Unbound?

 

i’m dying and i know it.

Living with this reality makes me feel alive.

 

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Live like you mean it

Even in pain and suffering?

Nursing home room info board
Only the date is updated.

 

If the future places me in a room with an information board (photo above), i envision wise words in the comments section.

Live like you mean it.

Even in pain and suffering during the final days?

Hopefully.

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Hope

Winnie, can you help my Dad?

Nursing home double occupancy room
Winfield is behind the curtain. A 15-year old is bedside.

 

Winnie, can you help my Dad?

i know you’re 101 year-old, bed-ridden body leaves you physically incapacitated, but my goodness, your mind – your mind is astonishing.

Can you help me, educate me, and encourage me to develop a deeper and wider wisdom about what it’s like to stare death in the face every day?

And through this and with this, help my 90-year old Father-in-Law fight a good fight every day.

 

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On April Fool’s Day 2009, jeff noel began writing five daily, differently-themed blogs (on five different sites). It was to be a 100-day self-imposed “writer’s bootcamp”, in preparation for writing his first book. He hasn’t missed a single day since.