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When someone dies (I just found out few days ago that a friend of mine who was in Brazil working on a new set for the reality TV Show Survivor drown after he and some friends went swimming in a lake, so Iâ€™ve been thinking about this a lot), you realize that you never know how much time you have with the people you love. They can go at any time â€” as can you. And so you must make the most of this time.
Here is some advice â€“ I pray that you give it some serious thought.
If you arenâ€™t spending time with the people you love, change that. If you are holding a chip on your shoulder against a family member, let it go and reconcile. If youâ€™ve done something to hurt a loved one, ask for forgiveness – it does make you less of a man or woman. Drop the pride, and make up. If you havenâ€™t seen someone in awhile, call them now to set up a date and find out how theyâ€™re doing.
I wonâ€™t try to tell you what to do before you die â€¦ but in the next few days I will suggest some questions to figure out how to live â€¦ right now. Each and every day. Because you never know how much time you have left, and trying to cram a list of things into that unknown time can be pointless. Instead, live every day to the fullest. Get the most out of life.