If today was your last day? — To Write or not to Write and What to Write

Originally posted on Pointless Overthinking: Hi everyone! How are you all doing today? Is life treating you well? I hope it is, because we will talk about it today. Recently, I thought about an important question and was very happy with my own answer. The question was: What would I wish I was doing differently…

via If today was your last day? — To Write or not to Write and What to Write.

We are all born with an expiration date. We don’t know when it is. I will add my thoughts tomorrow in a separate post.

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Originally from Gulfport, Mississippi. Live in Wichita, Kansas now. I suffer Bipolar I, ultra-ultra rapid cycling, mixed episodes. Blog on a variety of topics - genealogy, DNA, mental health, among others. Let's collaborateDealspotr.com
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3 Responses to If today was your last day? — To Write or not to Write and What to Write

  1. SLIMJIM says:

    A good point to think about not just only with what to write or not write but also what to do and not do in life

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    • Having family members and friends die young, it’s a point I try to keep in mind. One day, I won’t wake up tomorrow and may not live through the day. When my brother-in-law went to bed last November, I think he expected to wake up 6 – 7 hours later. He didn’t.

      I find it sad that some DNA companies are trying to lengthen a certain part of your DNA on the theory, it will prolong your life. I don’t think it will. I saw a rich person who spent millions with the goal of living to 150. I don’t think he will.

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