A good reminder of what’s most important (hint: it’s not how much time you spend at work, or whether you conform to everyone’s expectations…)
A hospice worker called Bronnie Ware wrote a very interesting article called “Top Five Regrets of the Dying”. I (and others) posted it on Facebook and it garnered a lot of attention, probably as all of us are dying sooner or later, and who wants to die with regrets?! Other hospice workers chimed in to agree that they found these to be the top five regrets amongst their patients too.
I think Buddha’s meditations can help us prevent all of these (as well as a few other regrets I can think of) and make the most of the time we have left. I hope she doesn’t mind, but I’m going to borrow Bronnie Ware’s points and share just a few more ideas below; and please add your own ideas in the comments.
Meditating on death awareness now — remembering the fact that we are definitely going to die and…
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