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What do you think will happen when you die? On the day I die a lot will happen.....A lot will change. The world will be busy. On the day I die, all the important appointments I made will be left unattended. The many plans I had yet to complete will remain forever undone. The calendar that ruled so many of my days will now be irrelevant to me. All the material things I so chased and guarded and treasured will be left in the hands of others to care for or to discard. The words of my critics which so burdened me will cease to sting or capture anymore. They will be unable to touch me. The arguments I believed I’d won here will not serve me or bring me any satisfaction or solace. All my noisy incoming notifications and texts and calls will go unanswered. Their great urgency will be quieted. My many nagging regrets will all be resigned to the past, where they should have always been anyway. Every superficial worry about my body that I ever labored over; about my waistline or hairline or frown lines, will fade away. My carefully crafted image, the one I worked so hard to shape for others here, will be left to them to complete anyway. The sterling reputation I once struggled so greatly to maintain will be of little concern for me anymore. All the small and large anxieties that stole sleep from me each night will be rendered powerless. The deep and towering mysteries about life and death that so consumed my mind will finally be clarified in a way that they could never be before while I lived. These things will certainly all be true on the day that I die. Yet for as much as will happen on that day, one more thing that will happen. On the day I die, the few people who really know and truly love me will grieve deeply. They will feel a void. They will feel cheated. They will not feel ready. They will feel as though a part of them has died as well. And on that day, more than anything in the world they will want more time with me. I know this from those I love and grieve over. And so knowing this, while I am still alive I’ll try to remember that my time with them is finite and fleeting and so very precious—and I’ll do my best not to waste a second of it. I’ll try not to squander a priceless moment worrying about all the other things that will happen on the day I die, because many of those things are either not my concern or beyond my control. Friends, those other things have an insidious way of keeping you from living even as you live; vying for your attention, competing for your affections. They rob you of the joy of this unrepeatable, uncontainable, ever-evaporating Now with those who love you and want only to share it with you. Don’t miss the chance to dance with them while you can. It’s easy to waste so much daylight in the days before you die. Don’t let your life be stolen every day by all that you believe matters because, on the day you die, much of it simply won’t. Yes, you and I will die one day. But before that day comes: let us live...

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What will happen on the day I die... #NojotoQuote

What will happen on the day I die
On the day I die a lot will happen.

A lot will change.

The world will be busy.

On the day I die, all the important appointments I made will be left unattended.

The many plans I had yet to complete will remain forever undone.

The calendar that ruled so many of my days will now be irrelevant to me.

All the material things I so chased and guarded and treasured will be left in the hands of others to care for or to discard.

The words of my critics which so burdened me will cease to sting or capture anymore.They will be unable to touch me.

The arguments I believed I’d won here will not serve me or bring me any satisfaction or solace.   

All my noisy incoming notifications and texts and calls will go unanswered. Their great urgency will be quieted.

My many nagging regrets will all be resigned to the past, where they should have always been anyway.

Every superficial worry about my body that I ever labored over; about my waistline or hairline or frown lines, will fade away.

My carefully crafted image, the one I worked so hard to shape for others here, will be left to them to complete anyway.

The sterling reputation I once struggled so greatly to maintain will be of little concern for me anymore.

All the small and large anxieties that stole sleep from me each night will be rendered powerless.

The deep and towering mysteries about life and death that so consumed my mind will finally be clarified in a way that they could never be before while I lived.

These things will certainly all be true on the day that I die.

Yet for as much as will happen on that day, one more thing that will happen.

On the day I die, the few people who really know and truly love me will grieve deeply.

They will feel a void.

They will feel cheated.

They will not feel ready.

They will feel as though a part of them has died as well.

And on that day, more than anything in the world they will want more time with me.

I know this from those I love and grieve over.

And so knowing this, while I am still alive I’ll try to remember that my time with them is finite and fleeting and so very precious—and I’ll do my best not to waste a second of it.

I’ll try not to squander a priceless moment worrying about all the other things that will happen on the day I die, because many of those things are either not my concern or beyond my control.

Friends, those other things have an insidious way of keeping you from living even as you live; vying for your attention, competing for your affections.

They rob you of the joy of this unrepeatable, uncontainable, ever-evaporating Now with those who love you and want only to share it with you.

Don’t miss the chance to dance with them while you can.

It’s easy to waste so much daylight in the days before you die.

Don’t let your life be stolen every day, by all that you’ve been led to believe matters, because on the day you die—the fact is that much of it simply won’t.

Yes, you and I will die one day.

But before that day comes: let us live.

- John Pavlovitz

 

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***But what if I die tonight?***

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***But what if I die tonight?***

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***But what if I die tonight?***

She's not in a good mood today. To be fair, neither am I. Those little cute fights have turned ugly recently. I still love her, but today a little less than last night. Today I won't tell her how much she means to me. She'll have to wait for another night to hear that.

But what if I die tonight?

I hate my brother!
It's not as much of hate as it is intense dislike though. He takes my clothes, my bike and practically all my stuff without asking once. Why can't I have a loving sibling for once like normal people? Why does he have to be annoying as hell? Yes that's it. I'll never talk to him again. Atleast not until he apologizes for being a jerk all the time.

But what if I die tonight?

Mom just doesn't understand! Why do parents turn so clingy when you grow up? Like give me one day alone, all by myself. Get hold of the continuous bugging and worrying every single night. I'm not a kid anymore. I know who I am and what I want and it's high time she gets that. So no, I won't have dinner tonight. I won't stay at home and ask her if her headache is gone yet. Not tonight. No, not tonight.

But what if I die tonight?

The moon is a little brighter tonight. Probably because the sky is a little clearer than yesterday or maybe because I haven't looked up above in a long time. But there's no hurry, is there? I'll lay down and count the stars some other night. I have errands to run and the sky isn't going anywhere.

But what if I die tonight?

What's the point of writing all this down anyway? No one's going to read it. There's like one person who gives a shit. A single person, if I'm lucky, who'll stick my words like a bandage on their wounds, the same sized wounds that I have. One life at most, a little better, a little happier. And yes they can wait, for the world's not going to end tonight.

But what if I die tonight?

[© Amaan]

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