In this nascent new year, I am mindful that each new year brings one one step closer to one's mortality. After all, there's no rule that says I might not be taken out by a laundry truck tomorrow. I'm not being morbid, just realistic. Practical. It might, however, be a good idea to live each year as though it were your last. In other words, don't put off doing what you need to do to thrive and survive. Do what makes you happy. Do it now. Don't dilly-dally around when it comes to following your dreams. Do it now. Don't waffle about recognizing your desires and seeking the wherewithal to realize them. Do it now. Don't sit and stare at that blank page and think about breathing life into it -- sometime. Do it now. Don't be dilatory about laughing, dancing, playing, planning, working, updating, upgrading, revamping (or just vamping), getting a makeover, throwing out the junk, telling your loved ones you love them, or ... whatever. Why wait until you might be dead? Do it now!
Suppose I do become toast tomorrow?
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My only regret in this life was that I didn't sin enoungh.
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