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When Death Looms July 26, 2007

Posted by WishBoNe in Family, Friendship, Health and Fitness, Random Thoughts, Relationships, Romance/ Love.
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Life is short. We have to die one day. It’s a matter of when. When we reach a stage of our lives, we stop to think of our past achievements and regrets. It is said that life’s too short for regrets. The doctor may be telling you that your heart is no longer functioning well and have a few months to leave.

At this stage, what would you be thinking? Marry as soon as possible? Just declare online that you are looking for a husband/wife? Give birth as soon as possible? Why do we delay in giving birth? Because we need to have enough money to even marry in the first place.

There are girls dying of aneroxia so that they can be thin. Skeleton thin. Scary. This cat is able to spend some time with you if you are dying soon. Wonder if it’s a good or bad thing.

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1. Cloudywind - July 26, 2007

dying is not scary… in singapore, living the getting more and more ex everyday life is scary 😦

2. WishBoNe - July 26, 2007

@Cloudywind
It’s not supposed to. I’m appalled that they died trying to be thin. That’s the scary part. The expensive part? Yea, scary too. Don’t know if we will actually die of hunger.

3. Lucretius - July 26, 2007

Given me to have only few months to live, I probably will pay all my money to engage a writer a good writer to write my autobiography and so can go into printing and sell as good cause to charity and and hopefully singapore a street pple name it Lucretius Avenue !!

4. incywincy - July 26, 2007

visit friends and family
ask people for forgiveness
do something that i’ve always wanted to do
try to do something charitable
do not tell people that i am dying

remember all the gd things in my life.

5. WishBoNe - July 26, 2007

@Lucretius
Re-name to Lucretius Avenue? Then how will people actually pronounce it? Where will your street be?

@incywincy
That’s what most of us will do. Good list πŸ™‚

6. Princess Winnilicious - July 26, 2007

This is gonna to be irrelevant.

I saw my posting here. =P

7. Bill Howdle - July 26, 2007

This post touches me deeply as I am in that exact position. My doctors have told me I am dying.
It is sad that it is only after you hear words like that, is it that you or at least I came to really appreciate how precious every moment of life is. In the past many time I heard it said time is our most valuable asset. I always just blew off that thought thinking time what is so valuable about that I have lots of it. I am now 54 years old, dying and regreting the precious time I wasted in the past.
How am I spending my precious time now? As much as possible with family by far the most important thing in my life. I am also trying to prepare myself emotionally and spiritually for what awaits.
I am honored by your link to my site and I thank you
Bill

8. WishBoNe - July 26, 2007

@Princess Winnilicious
It’s relevant! Looking for husband, that’s my link πŸ˜€

@Bill Howdle
I’ve been inspired by your posts. I’m so happy that you are spending more time with your family because they are the ones who are closest to you. I hope that you will have more wonderful moments with them. πŸ™‚

9. Princess Winnilicious - July 27, 2007

WishBone – I have no intention of looking for a husband. My mum has. Maybe should suggest my mum in marrying a husband for me? LOL….. Haiz… In fact, dying is nothing to be scare of. Being alive is muct more a torture.

10. Simple American - July 27, 2007

Each morning brings people closer to death.
Yet each breath is for living.
Single.
Married.
Happy.
Sad.
Fulfilled.
Seeking.
Live each day as if it is the last.
Because it might be.

Achieve this and there is no need for regrets or doubts.

11. WishBoNe - July 27, 2007

@Princess Winnilicious
Parents. Even my father has started to ask me when I’m getting married. Being alive is not torture, it’s the part where you have to conform to society’s mindset and views that’s the torture. You have to do this, you have to do that, etc.

@Simple American
Wow. Like a poem. Nice. Good advice too πŸ™‚


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