I started reading “Tuesdays with Morrie” by Mitch Albom, after reading a friend’s post about it. While reading the book, I remembered how it was so similar to the book “The Last Lecture” by Randy Pausch. I had read the former a long time ago, perhaps an year or so, ago. Both the books are written by people who know they’re about to die in a few months/years time, and wish to make the most of their lives in this departing time.
I always feel very encouraged and charged up after reading these books.
But, in some time, the charge fades away.
I was thinking, what should I do to keep it alive always?
The answer came: Ask yourself every night “Is there anything you wish to do in case you die tomorrow? Is there anything you MUST do right now?”
This way I think I’ll always have my priorities right and keep doing things I always wish to do. This may also help me in not worrying too much about the petty issues of life like Work, Relations, House Rent etc.
Hope to remember it!