It is possible - no, entirely too common -for a person who has had a long life to have lived too little. — Seneca

It is possible - no, entirely too common -for a person who has had a long life to have lived too little. — Seneca

It is possible - no, entirely too common -for a person who has had a long life to have lived too little. — Seneca

I will wake up tomorrow and be 80.

Stumbling into the bathroom, I see a face staring back at me. Surely, it's not my face. Deep canyons have formed around my eyes and cheeks. Do I even recognize myself?

Will I stare at this aged man and ask, "What have you done with your time?" Or will I feel content, aware, and present with the years given to me?

We will all face this one day. The philosopher Seneca says, "Life is long if we know how to use it." Life is short for those who don't.

The question is this: How will we use this cosmically rare phenomenon that is being alive? How long until we demand the best of ourselves and truly focus on what is life-giving to us?

I will wake up tomorrow and be almost 37. Stumbling into the bathroom, I see my face. I'll ask myself if I'm ready to demand the best of myself today, if I'm ready to make this life long and full, regardless of the time I have left.

Will you?

Kris

I will wake up tomorrow and be 80.

Stumbling into the bathroom, I see a face staring back at me. Surely, it's not my face. Deep canyons have formed around my eyes and cheeks. Do I even recognize myself?

Will I stare at this aged man and ask, "What have you done with your time?" Or will I feel content, aware, and present with the years given to me?

We will all face this one day. The philosopher Seneca says, "Life is long if we know how to use it." Life is short for those who don't.

The question is this: How will we use this cosmically rare phenomenon that is being alive? How long until we demand the best of ourselves and truly focus on what is life-giving to us?

I will wake up tomorrow and be almost 37. Stumbling into the bathroom, I see my face. I'll ask myself if I'm ready to demand the best of myself today, if I'm ready to make this life long and full, regardless of the time I have left.

Will you?

Kris

I will wake up tomorrow and be 80.

Stumbling into the bathroom, I see a face staring back at me. Surely, it's not my face. Deep canyons have formed around my eyes and cheeks. Do I even recognize myself?

Will I stare at this aged man and ask, "What have you done with your time?" Or will I feel content, aware, and present with the years given to me?

We will all face this one day. The philosopher Seneca says, "Life is long if we know how to use it." Life is short for those who don't.

The question is this: How will we use this cosmically rare phenomenon that is being alive? How long until we demand the best of ourselves and truly focus on what is life-giving to us?

I will wake up tomorrow and be almost 37. Stumbling into the bathroom, I see my face. I'll ask myself if I'm ready to demand the best of myself today, if I'm ready to make this life long and full, regardless of the time I have left.

Will you?

Kris