End of life conversations happen in families where kids and elderly live in community. Today we separate ourselves from pain and frustrations and instead of facing life, we run.
Talking with most folks, you have to lie or just not talk to them. If you hurt, you say you are OK. If you are sad, you have to say “it’s OK.”
If you die now, have you said “Goodbye.” to everyone you should?
Are you living a lie? If you are prepared to die and start doing things you wanted to do before you die, you can live. Do something now that you always wanted to do and then you won’t have to die wishing you had.
My friends in Northern Nigeria die because they go to church. Now, that’s dedication.