My Trip To Barcelona

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My Trip To New York

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My Trip To Rome

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90 DAYS….

The idea of 90 days comes from a recent conversation with a client.  His partner’s father went for medical tests after he exhibited some problems with his cognitive functioning.  The tests revealed a diagnosis of cancer and a life expectancy of  90 days.

 

How would you live each day – each hour – each minute ….if you knew you had 90 days left to live?

 

I quietly cringe when I hear people use the phrase: “I had time to kill…..”

Likely they don’t deliberate on what meaning their words have.  I never want to “kill away” any time of precious life; one can never get that time back in moments when we wish we had more; and we can certainly never go back to re-live something.

I wonder how different we might approach our life if we lived with the hopeful anticipation of living forever, yet with the inner awareness and deliberate action of knowing that it can also be as little as 90 days….or less.

Would all of the needless thoughts still take up so much space in our mind?  Would we say: “I’m sorry” sooner?  Would we begin that project now?  Would we drop everything and find a beach to walk on?

The point isn’t to try and fit in all that you can if you only had 90 days to live.  It’s to consider how you would best spend the time you have, living life.  Practice living the greatest life you can for the next 90 days.  See where your dreams and deepest desires take you.  Consider that quiet introspection and reflection is just as important (perhaps more so), as taking action.

 

If you had 90 days to live, could you do so with inner peace, calm, and purpose?

Why not make your personal 90 day list.  What are the most important things to you? How could you experience them NOW?  Challenge yourself with making the next 90 days incredible beginning TODAY… What will you do?

Namaste everyone!

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