THE 5 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW TO ENJOY LIFE AT 100%
I’ve always been terrified to wake up at 60 or 70 and find that I’ve missed out of my life… So how can I live fully and without regrets? Especially nowadays when we are only running all the time! How to get the most out of life? By taking inspiration now from the 5 plusses great regrets of the dying collected by Bronnie Ware, an Australian nurse.
REGRET 1: NOT HAVING LIVED THEIR LIVES AS THEY DID WANT
It’s not easy to assert oneself in the face of the dictates of fashion, society or sometimes even in the face of our parents. To live fully is to live in accordance with oneself and one’s values. It is listening to your
intuition and follow your own path, not the one others have chosen for you. As the saying goes John Atkinson: “Decide what you’re going to do with your life, or someone else will do it for you. “
What did you dream of doing as a child? Dare to live your life without worrying about others. It is never too much late to change your life.
REGRET 2: NOT HAVING DEVOTED THEIR TIME TO THE ESSENTIAL
Do you know that one of the main regrets of the dying is that they have spent too much time on their
work? I was like that too. I didn’t really know what it meant to me to succeed in life. So that frankly, what is important? Your money or your married life? What do you will you call back on your deathbed? Ties that you have created with your children, your spouse, your friends or your endless meetings to remake the world on Friday night at 5pm? Learn how to manage his time is of the utmost importance!
REGRET 3: HAVING BEEN AFRAID TO EXPRESS THEIR FEELINGS
I suddenly lost my best friend in 2015. There was no sign of it and it was an ordeal very hard from which I have learned a few lessons despite everything. I couldn’t go to his funeral and I was told that I had to go.Proposed to pass on a word for the ceremony. Before I decide to write a final
In my first reaction to the tribute, my first reaction was to think, “I have nothing to say to him, I’ve already told him that I love him. I told him everything I had to say to him while he was alive. “And fortunately, otherwise the suffering would have was even more terrible…She was 32 years old. At the risk of repeating myself: enjoy life!
REGRET 4: NOT HAVING KEPT IN TOUCH WITH THEIR FRIENDS
You make connections at school, college, university and then you grow up, sometimes you go far away as well…We meet our spouse, we build our family and routine takes us in its nets.
Some weekends, we are happy when we can give ourselves some free time and just do nothing.
to do. But in our ministerial agendas, we could more often put a little mail, a sms or a phone call to those we promised to be friends with for life Many people realize too much late the importance of friendship, sometimes overtaken by loneliness in their old age. Give your friends the time they deserve!
REGRET 5: NOT ALLOWING ONESELF TO BE HAPPY
Many people also seem to understand too late that joy is a choice. Of course, the stress, sadness, anxiety or depression are also part of life. You may feel overwhelmed but you always have a choice in life. We can decide to do nothing or, on the contrary, we can try to be more happy and to evolve. Be aware that you can act in these moments: psychologist,coaching, personal development…But you still have to want to be happy or allow yourself to be happy!
With his book, Bronnie Ware gives us a beautiful life lesson. As far as I am concerned, my fear of not being able to not enjoying life pushes me to live life to the fullest, to go to the end of my desires, to surpass myself, to evolve,enjoy every moment with the people I love. I realize now that this is a chance! Most people often live as if they have a lot of time on their hands. This may be
That’s why I love this quote from JoanBaez: “You can not choose how to die, nor when. But you can decide how you will live. Now. “ . As far as I’m concerned, I want to have fun, to travel, to make
people I love, help others, make myself useful, bring my small stone to the building, but above all to be happy! That’s my idea of success. What about you?