If you were to give a speech 30 seconds before you died what would you say?
Here’s what I would say:
Be of service to the world and go confidently in the direction of your dreams like Thoreau told us to do. Are you living the life you imagined? Are you caring too much about what others think of you? Don’t, they’re more concerned with themselves. Did you spend more time shopping than with people you love and like? Stop it. Your words are powerful. Tell someone that you love them. Live with no regrets. I love you all. Arrivederci, mon amis!
(Yes, I realize that my last speech on Earth is in three different languages most likely incorrectly spelled. After 60 seconds you won’t remember my mistake-but hopefully you’ll remember to live the life you want, not the one that just came to be.)