You might as well live on the whites of eggs. Thinking about death daily not only motivates us to act NOW, while there is still time, but by regularly facing it, we stop fearing it. Why would we want to fear death? Doing so will not keep us from dying, but it will keep us from living life fully.
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On the other hand, if we face death unafraid, we become invincible. For if we can accept our own death, what is there left that can frighten us? All creatures die, but man alone is aware of his own mortality. Because of this, man alone has the option of living courageously and heroically. Thanks to death and the courage it demands, man can live an exciting life as an explorer and adventurer.
Not only does death provide us with the opportunity to strengthen our heart with courage, but it invites us to open our hearts with love. For each tick of the clock is a reminder that everyone we meet is dying. Knowing this, how can you be angry at anyone? It is only when we are aware of the brevity of life that it becomes precious. Knowing that we are blessed with a rare gift, how can we not savor it?
The Death Clock: a short story
If there were no death, boredom, meaninglessness, and indifference would eventually creep in. Death is just one of many painful losses that we are likely to experience in our lifetime.
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For example, we may lose our job, home, spouse through death or divorce , money, health, friends, courage, independence, hope, or freedom. Practice letting go of your losses and accepting the transitory nature of life. Each loss you experience is an opportunity to prepare for your final loss.
However, as suggested earlier, the best preparation is to live without regrets.
What do I regret not doing today? What do I regret doing today? What will I do differently tomorrow? What am I glad I did today? As you can see, the title of the journal comes from question number 4. As you practice this daily, you will find the number of your regrets will steadily fall while the number of glad moments will steadily rise.
The Death Clock - When Am I Going To Die?
Practice this regularly and you will be well prepared for a peaceful death. Chuck Gallozzi lived, studied, and worked in Japan for 15 years, immersing himself in the wisdom of the Far East and graduating with B. Corporations, church groups, teachers, counselors, and caregivers use his more than articles as a resource to help others.
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How about if you could do something to extend your days here? Like the hourglass of the Net, the Death Clock will remind you just how short life is. That is—or it was when I took the quiz—,, seconds away. Tick tock.
Smoker, minus six. Obese, minus four. Have a nice day.
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So many simple life-table calculations ignore this and so you will likely outlive many life-table calculations. That is still the biggest. After asking the basics plus about a dozen additional questions about education, income, marital status, fitness, and diet , the calculator ran its program and — hooray!