We don’t like to discuss death in our family. It’s a certain taboo that doesn’t get much airtime. Death, the finality of it, is jarring, emotional, and leaves a huge void for those still living. Grief, pain, and loss are all experienced when a loved one dies and these emotions are never easily gone through.
However, if we knew when we would die then we’d have no choice to alter our behavior, decisions that we made, and experiences we would have. Life would have a renewed sense of purpose and desire. That’s why we have things like a “bucket list”, a list of things to do before we “kick the bucket”. This post is a little bit like a bucket list.Continue Reading