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If I only had a year to live I would go on the pilgrimage of my dreams to Medjugorje. I would pay for someone to go with me because I cannot go alone being disabled as I am. Since no one in my family wants to go …well maybe they would knowing my life was ending in a year …
I also would give my family any special belongings …for example I have an antique oak love seat that I want my granddaughter Lexi to have.
I’d like to give this question more thought…so I will come back later 🙂
Be kinder and more considerate towards people.
Tell every family member and friend what they have meant to me.
Starting pruning back what passes on to be dealt with by those dear to me starting with the social media accounts.
We live in the moment and we will die in the moment.
I will do the best I can.
Be more kind and loving, spend lots more time with family and doing things I love to do. We take for granted so many things in this life. I try to keep this perspective often, because we never know when it is our time to leave this earth. So try to live each day to the fullest and enjoy the precious moments that we do have.
If I knew I had a year to live, I would sell all my possessions and give the money to social justice and charity organizations. I would also spend more time with old friends that I haven’t seen in a while.
Carefully preparing my daughter to say good bye to her father. Looking for someone who will help her
Ahh, but it is the myth. The idea that death is a finality. Who knows when the transition will occur. It could be hours, days or years. Life right now is what courses through this being and everything about it. The stories in the bubble are not real.
Carefully preparing my to be able to say good bye to her father. looking for somebody who could help her.
I would call 1-800-JUNK & have it all hauled away! I would put what’s left on my back & journey far & wide! I would read great literature, look at beautiful art, listen to delightful music, soak up all Mother Nature has to offer on my way to “the Promised Land”! and PRAY…❤️
What beautiful, thoughtful answers you all have shared. I’d like to embrace all of them. Although since I’ve already retired I can cross that one off the list. 🙂
We just moved to a completely new area of the country and we have been doing much exploring of our surroundings….a completely different landscape from where I lived for the first 65 years of my life. So much more to see and do and many plans and adventures to plan and dream of….especially experiencing all the wonders of nature and wildlife that the western U.S. has to offer. With only a year to live, I imagine we’d be moving up our timeline to visit as many of these heavenly places as we could.
Not let the stresses of life take up to much of my time. Don’t spend time being upset or angry about the things I can’t change… instead find joy in the little moments.
One year, one hundred years, however you view, life is short. While I would like to think my overall approach to life and time would not change, the focus of my daily work certainly would – no more 5, 10, 20 year projects and many more 1 day, 1 week, 1 month projects. Suspect I would still link in to this site periodically as part of the normal routine.
Simply try to encompass every second in an attempt to bring joy to the planet.
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