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What do you want to do before you die?

People fear oblivion after death. Fear of being forgotten after death at some point has troubled all of us. But why fear it? We all know death’s going to come to us someday, no one knows when, it maybe today or tomorrow or maybe 50 years from now. Wouldn’t it be a happy ending to your life to die with the satisfaction that you were fair in the race, you enjoyed life, you lived it to the fullest? Dying with satisfaction sounds much more amusing than dying with the fear of dying. We fear being forgotten by people, so why not give them good memories that they can cherish on when we’re gone.
Try something new each day. And do them with people who are worth remembering themselves. Make your life worth living. Experience everything. Don’t be depressed if you face something negative, life is not just about happiness but also the obstructions that come before happiness. Make new memories everyday! Remember to bid good bye to everyone before leaving because you never know your life might just end in the middle of a sentence.

When i die i want people to want to have more people like me in their life (you know i want to be loved that much). I don’t really know if there’s anything like afterlife but how nice it would be to see people smile when they look at your picture or the works that you would leave behind you. And never cheat. Never. You might forget the wrong deeds that you’ve done but when you know you’re dying you will remember all of that. Wrong deeds never really leave tho you might feel they have.

And this is for you when you feel lost:

“I stopped telling myself i’m lost.

I’m not.

I’m on a road with no destination, I’m just driving with hope that i’ll find a place that i like and i’ll stay there.

I’m not lost, i’m on my way”

[Inspiration Source: The Fault In Our Stars]

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