Well, the obvious answer would be that people forget or don’t think about it because it’s uncomfortable
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The fear of the unknown
What will happen?
Where will we go?
Is there an afterlife?
You’re going to die
You’re kids are going to die
Along with mom and dad, brothers and sisters
Errryyyyboddyyyy gone die
And that’s perfectly ok
Because that’s what Nature intended
It’s what’s required of us, by nature
If done correctly, you’ll want to make that phone call you’ve been putting off or you’ll immediately want to tell them you love them
That’s the power of this exercise
Remember when you spent 6 hours on Facebook Saturday afternoon, or when you spent the entire weekend getting wasted and don’t remember anything?
Now, picture doing that every weekend..would you consider that living a meaningful life?
Loving our family
Creating our legacy
You begin to look at things in a new perspective when you realize your death can come at any time
If you were to die by end of today, what would you do?
Don’t waste it on trivial or meaningless tasks
Want to start a business? Make moves today
Want to get fit? Join the gym today
Want to read that book? Start reading today
Death is coming, what are you waiting for??
Thinking about our eventual dissolution allows us to enjoy and appreciate the present even more
You can cherish every breathe you take today because you’re still here, you’re still alive
You would try to soak in as much as possible
You would look at your favorite people, animals, colors, and objects until the time ran out
It’s the same with death
Think about your impending death and allow yourself to soak up the present moment as much as possible
Look at the world around you as if it we’re the first time you were seeing it
Look for details, zoom in and look for different colors
Treat this as a mental strengthening exercise that you can do every morning
Go out for an early walk and Memento Mori it up—then treat that day as if it were your last!
Seize the day
Talk soon guys,