Monday, October 3, 2016

The Top Five Regrets of the Dying Review

The Top Five Regrets of the Dying Review by United Service Leads
The Top Five Regrets of the Dying: “If we are able to face our own inevitable death with honest acceptance, before we have reached that time, then we shift our priorities well before it is too late. This gives us the opportunity to then put our energies into directions of true value. Once we acknowledge that limited time is remaining, although we don’t know if that is years, weeks or hours, we are less driven by ego or by what other people think of us. Instead, we are more driven by what our hearts truly want. This acknowledgment of our inevitable, approaching death, offers us the opportunity to find greater purpose and satisfaction in the time we have remaining.” ========== “They say that everything comes down to love or fear: every emotion, every action, and every thought.” ========== “I hated this part of my life, this compulsion to always throw caution to the wind and create such challenging situations for myself, time and again. Yet it was also addictive. Each time I did this, I challenged my fears head-on and somehow I always, always landed on my feet again. In some ways each leap of faith became harder, as it brought me closer to the core of my deepest fears within. Yet each leap also became easier. I had tested my faith to the limit on many occasions previously and had gained wisdom and stronger faith in myself through the process. Life also made more sense to me this way, regardless of how hard it was at times. I just didn’t fit in with the way conventional society works. It was at that point, as I watched the high tide wash back out that I remembered the importance of surrender, of letting go and allowing nature to weave its magic.” The Top Five Regrets of the Dying: Follow BrainFruit: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram:
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