I am Dying
You think about things a little differently when death is staring you in the face.
Have you ever wondered what it will be like when death comes calling for you?
I hadn’t… that is, until I was told….
“YOU ARE DYING!”
Those three words will completely change your life. I don’t want you to wait until you hear those words to change your life. I hope you’ll embrace the life you’ve been given, and make the most of each moment.
I wrote a short manifesto (just under a 1,000 words) that I hope will encourage you to truly live the life you’ve been given.
Grab your copy of Confessions of a Dying Man.
If it the manifesto helps you..I have two simple requests:
1. Share your feedback in the comments below, or write me directly.
2. Share it with others. If you believe this manifesto will encourage your friends and family to live their life to the fullest, please share it with them.
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30 thoughts on “I am Dying”
Wow what an amazing call out – “I am Dying”. Seriously what an incredible post. It’s brief, but so powerful. I don’t think people ask this question enough and considering how quickly life can end maybe we should. I will be sure to read your manifesto and write you. Thanks and what a great post.
Thanks Hal. I’m definitely guilty of not often reminding myself how fragile life can be. Let me know what you think about the manifesto.
Dying seems to be a scary and unrealistic idea for many, but highly valued by a blessed chosen few.
How can one perceive life as a blessing, when the things that matters most are pleasures of the temporal?
Death is something that happens to all of us, and unfortunetly it can happen at anytime. However, like this post says we need to make each day our best day ever because we don’t know when it might be our last.
Lack of spiritual guidance is the root cause of seeing life or death as invaluable.
When does one realizes that death is inevitably at hand? When one lives life as a purpose-driven journey.
There’s always a turning point for one to have a wisdom of life’s appreciation. Mine was my mother’s death.
To be honest I am totally impressed with it. It did change my point of view in life to be better. I will surely share this so people will be able to read something that is worth their time.
I am sharing it now on facebook.
One of my truest treasures I carry with me are the values I have learned from my deceased aunt.
“I wish I hadn’t consumed my time with work. Rather, I should’ve spent more time with my wife and my children..” These words from a sick dying man I met, marked a spot in my heart.
Thanks to these confessions of a dying man, I believe by mere testimonies of the dying, a thousand more hearts are awakened.
Let us not be blinded by our immaterial efforts to gain the world, when death will just reap it all away.
Have you ever wondered how amazing God’s immense power is w/ just the apprehension of waking up and witnessing that breath-taking sunrise? Life indeed is a gift.
The thoughts of the fools bring about the momentary enjoyment of life.
Admit it or not, we don’t raise our own family, by merely giving them the best material life we could offer, but the best character we could mold them to be.
Why don’t we start counting off each day, as a God-given gift to exercise the purpose of our existence?
Life is how we truthfully make it, if we live to be wealthy, eventually, our earnings will pay off to save our worthless life.
Investing in people means imprinting your heart to theirs, and the generations to come. It is an eternal investment.
Material investments are purely transitory, a time wasted, a life in vain.
Each individual was created in the likeness of God, with a distinctive ability for each of us to share to everyone. Our sacred purpose.
I don’t get the point of those life consuming earthly wealth desires of the rich people, what kind of values were instilled by their ancestors.
We rarely hear someone acknowledge a dead man’s time misspent and unseen compassion to his loved ones during his lifetime, rather the values and benevolence he imparted.
I have often wondered, what is it about life that compels us to fall into the pit of our selfish worldly desires? Ignorance of life’s essential purpose.
If only our educational institutions would include LIFE’s PURPOSE as one of requisite before one earns a degree, just a bizarre thought.
Time spent, respect and compassion shown to each of our loved ones or with the persons that make our life worthwhile should be a daily unwavering task.
Would you wait until you get inflicted with a terminal illness before you completely grasp your life’s purpose on earth?
70 in November! 51 years my mentor poured wisdom into my cup and said, “Stay Great!” He died and left me with a joyful hope for us all. Wayne, you’ve captured the truth of it all in this message. All I want to say is for everyone to be sure you are consciously mentoring someone now, today. There is someone watching to see if you notice them.