|04-18-2008, 06:49 AM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Apr 2008
If you knew you would die in 6 months...
...what would you do during your time left?
This is a question I often come across in texts about time management.
I personally think that 5-10 years ago I would have replied that I would do something really incredible in these six months, such as learning to fly a plane and do aerobatics with it.
But now (I'm in my early 20s) I think I would answer to the same question:
Have I become realistic or have I become apathetic/lazy? Or could it simply be that I feel I have already done enough things in my life, am satisfied and have seen the whole world?
(even if it's not objectively true, i.e. I have never married, never raised children, nor a family... I feel fulfilled.. as if there's nothing left to explore)
Perhaps I have lost the excitement in new things...?
In such case, isn't such [over-]satisfaction somewhat negative?
Last edited by YourSelf; 04-18-2008 at 06:53 AM.
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