3 simple things to do the next 100 days
2 years ago my mother passed away. At the same time my 56y old brother-in-law (pictured) was on his way to a hospice with a fatal brain tumour. He died 3 months later. A few years before 2016 I started pondering about my own mortality, more in a spiritual than a depressive way. I realised we are fading out death as much as we can in Western societies. We live, as it wouldn’t happen to us or as we would have endless time to do all the things we want. More than often, we postpone richness that life has to offer by being miserable and grumpy on minor things or we don’t look after ourselves health wise and quietly bringing the day of our mortality forward.
I invite you to do 3 things the next 100 days:
From the heart.