October 4th, 2010

One Month To Live

Recently I was having a conversation with a friend about when one receives a life threatening diagnosis it gives one permission to live without regret, to focus on what is really important to them and to realize the someday is today! I shared I would like to live daily this way without a diagnosis yet from authenticity. Shortly after that conversation another friend told me about a book that he was reading based on this same thought. In this book four principles are spoken of for living a no regrets life:
Live Passionately living each day as it was your last.
Love Completelyshowing others love that transcends and transforms.
Learn Humblygrowing through your pain and problems.
Leave Boldlycreating a legacy that will impact generations.

To The One Month To Live Team you all did good!

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A poem of inspiration

Jesus dreamt
Of a world
Of one
Global family
Each person
Relationship
Friendship
And blood family
Being a gift
From his Abba
Attempting to
Overcome the
Barriers of
Race, colour,
Sex and creed.
Locally we
Come together
With our individualities
Our languages
And cultures

Separate and distinct….
But there are
The obstacles
Of not knowing
Each other
And therefore
Experiencing a degree
Of unsureness
And fear.
We pass different ones
Sometimes as shadows …
Each of us
So tends to
Be centred on self
And yet how
We hunger for
Change, conversion
Of our hearts
And minds.

— adapted from a poem
by T. McKillop