How often do you hear or say the words, "live like you are dying?"
Too many people let the most precious asset we have, time, slip as if it is infinite. Not until someone close passes, or oneself or someone has to fight through a life threatening situation, is this realized. How often do you hear the heroic stories of someone beating cancer, then accomplishing great things, living their life to the fullest?
If you chronically delay starting to eat right, to commit to a workout plan, or maybe even to start a business...remember this:
We all have a terminal diagnosis. Everyone will pass. Remember this, not to give up and consider life pointless, but to begin to use your time wisely - on your terms, your dreams.
"Death is a prophecy that never fails." - Edmund Wilson
Appreciate your loved ones, your body, and push your limits - you'll surprise yourself. Differentiate yourself while you have the opportunity.
Go do something, NOW. Do something so that when your time has come, you can welcome the end, not fear it and all the regret that comes from the things you never did.