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D is for Death

D is for Death. We all face it, the only certainty in this life is death.

While in our youth we would like to pretend that we are immortal, we are not. There is a day that will come when we have no choice but to leave this world. Death is something that we learn about and experience long before we go through it, most of the time.

Pets, loved ones, grandparents, friends, parents, siblings and for some their own children. It is unnatural for parents to bury children.

Dealing with death is done in an individuals own way. There is never a good time for death, if it were convenient it could be scheduled, and we could choose our mode of death. It is possible most of us would choose to go quietly in our sleep after having fulfilled all of the items on our bucket list. 

Are you living without regrets?

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