When You Take Your Last Breath

When You Take Your Last Breath

Day 28

When it’s your time when you take your last breath what do you want to leave behind? I know I had mentioned this before, along with the lines of a legacy in an earlier post. This post is not about leaving a legacy and what YOU want to leave behind. This post is about YOU, and what you want to do before you hit that flat line.

How we look at life is up to us, what we want to do every day s up to us. Of course, what we want to leave behind is also up to us. Again, like my other post about legacy. Legacy is very important to me and I want to help others and try and leave a positive impact on people before I take my last breath.

That’s why now is the time to start doing something and start working. Why put off what you wanted to accomplish or say that trip you have been wanting to do for a while. In some of my earlier posts leading up to this one and the next few all have a trend.

Keep Living

Starting with if you have 24 hours to live what would you do? Getting old motivates me to keep living, and try and enjoy myself now why I can. My years as a zombie, and how I was just going through life and that’s it. I wasn’t living a life, I was just a zombie wandering the streets trying to find myself and what was next for me. Actually, I wasn’t doing anything about it. I was making excuses and not willing to do the work to find what was next.

That brings us to this post. After going through those few posts for example, and if you haven’t read them you should check them out. I must say, and this is just my opinion. The writer behind those posts is one of the best storytellers I ever heard. He is also a soon to be a published author, and a big name down the road haha. Alright, I’m just being dumb, but you should read them so you understand what I’m talking about.

When Its Your TIme Its Your TIme

What I’m trying to share, and show you right now. We are all going to die one day, and hopefully, for most of our sakes, it will be later. It’s going to happen, time is the one thing you can’t buy more of. It doesn’t matter who you are and however successful you are. Time won’t wait for no one when it’s your time it’s your time. Now is the time to enjoy it and live it up.

Even though getting old scares me, again it also motivates me to keep living and trying to do the best I can. We only get one life and one shot to live a life and make the most of it. Why not live it up, and try and make the most of it and enjoy it? Honestly, it would be stupid and you would be stupid not to.

Now Is The Time

That’s why if you going through life like a zombie and rolling through every day. It’s time to wake up and snap out of it. It’s time to hit the brakes and stop making excuses and start living. I have said it before and I’ll say it again, and keep saying it the rest of my life. I wasted far too many years being down and trying to pity myself. What good has that brought me, how does that benefit me? The answer is it doesn’t. That’s why now is the time to do it.

With everything I’m writing and sharing, I’m not trying to become the next big motivator and strictly become a speaker and give you that spark that you need. If I have the opportunity to do that, or maybe my writing does that for you. If it does that’s awesome, and I’m truly honored if you continue to keep looking at my posts for that.

Live Your Dash

All I’m trying to do is show you it doesn’t matter where you were in your past. It does matter who you used to be, or what you used to do every day. You can always change and better yourself for the greater good. I know that because I’m living proof of that, that’s my life.

That’s why that flat line and when I take my last breath is just a friendly reminder. It just gives you a good wakeup call, if you ever needed one. If nothing else, if you can’t find anything else to help you or motivate you to keep going. Dying and seeing that flat line should do it.

Let’s be honest, if you hit that flat line you probably won’t be able to see that haha. I know that’s not funny, but you get my point. Preventing that flat line from coming too soon and not living up to your potential and making the most of your dash. That’s all you need to live a good and healthy life. You don’t need anything else, you already have it deep inside of you. You just need to keep working and find it. Don’t give up, keep going, keep working. Most importantly, keep living.

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