Twenty-four things dying people wished they had done differently are listed below.  What about you?  Are you living your best life?  Are you saving money to benefit your kids in the future?  Will your kids have to go through probate?  Focus on what really matters!
. I wish I had the courage to just be myself.
. I wish I had spent more time with the people I love.
. I wish I had made spirituality more of a priority.
. I wish I hadn’t spent so much time working.
. I wish I had discovered my purpose earlier.
. I wish I had learned to express my feelings more.
. I wish I hadn’t spent so much time worrying about things that never happened.
. I wish I had taken more risks.
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. I wish I had cared less about what other people thought.
. I wish I had realized earlier that happiness is a choice.
. I wish I had loved more.
. I wish I had taken better care of myself.
. I wish I had been a better spouse.
. I wish I had paid less attention to other people’s expectations.
. I wish I had quit my job and found something I really enjoyed doing.
. I wish I had stayed in touch with old friends.
. I wish I had spoken my mind more.
. I wish I hadn’t spent so much time chasing the wrong things
. I wish I had more children.
. I wish I had touched more lives.
. I wish I had thought about life’s big questions earlier.
. I wish I had traveled more.
. I wish I had lived more in the moment.
. I wish I had pursued more of my dreams.
These are the regrets of dying people, people who were out of time. Each of them contains a powerful lesson for those of us who are still living.
Live your best life while you still can!   Remember that song by the great Todd Anthony Shaw… Life is Too Short!
Best of luck!  -John Palley
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