Memories and love is all that are left of us when we leave this world. We won’t take anything with us. All the materialistic stuff and all the money we have will stay behind. We will only take all our memories, regrets and dreams along. Our families will be left with everything that once matter to us, but I bet you they would appreciate the memories with us more than anything else we left behind.
A couple of months ago I vowed to grow and live my life to the best of my ability. If I’m being quite honest here, I have not been doing my job. I’ve been stuck in my bad thoughts and the negativity that hopefully will exit my body soon. I’ve allowed unimportant things affect my life and health. Part of growing and living a healthier life is pushing forward and staying positive which I strive to do everyday.
I’ve come to learn that life can be so short and fragile. One minute you’re here and then in a blink of an eye you’re not. Imagine spending your evening getting ready for the following day. Packing your lunch, ironing your clothes and brushing your teeth all to go to bed and wake up in the morning. What if this morning you didn’t wake up? What if you passed away in your sleep? What would be your first thought?
Recently my husband’s family had a family member pass away. Someone very young with so much life ahead of them. I’m not getting much into detail because it is too personal for the family. I think at this point the families main thoughts are what would have been is now what could have been. What she was going live and experience that she’ll never live now. This experience is very eye opening for everyone. It really makes you evaluate your life and see what truly matters.
I hope that when time ever runs out for me, I accomplished everything I set out to do. I want to look back and realize I didn’t miss out on the best years of my life. I want to know I lived a full life filled with lots of lessons and love. Life is so short to be spent on regrets, sadness, and anger. My life here on this earth is so precious and I need to live it the best to my ability.