The chipped tooth Brad Pitt turned around and asked the back seat passengers what they wish they would’ve done with their lives as their out of control car sped towards a head on collision with a semi-truck.
Morgan Freeman asked Jack Nicholson what he wished he would’ve done with his life as the two men laid dying in a hospital bed.
Moments like these grasp us. We scramble to answer the question for our self. “What if I only had 5 seconds to live, what would I wish I would’ve done?”
I’ve never been to a funeral when the dollars of the corpse were counted but the number of people who attended is often quickly noted.
What should be on your list?
If it’s something that can be bought or sold than ironically it probably doesn’t have much value.
If your list is filled with things that cost you something, such as loving another or loving God than you will probably live a rewarding life. Maybe the best way to live is in such a way that your list is zeroed out each day.