How will you spend your time if you know that you have only one more year to live?
I would spend a lot of time with my family for starters, and of course a few of my good close friends. Then, I would get everyone to think, as a group, about vacation and recreational activities that are possible to achieve. I would write my little soul out until my fingers fell off, writing to my family for encouragement for after I pass. I would take advantage of every single opportunity passed infront of my face, literally. I would basically come out of my shell and stay out of it for that whole year. I would say that it would be a good experience, except the part where I die at the end. Haha. Cool topic though.
Thanks a lot Psasbury for your thoughtful answer. As a Life Coach, I can say your passion and purpose in life meet in writing. If you can pursue writing despite all hurdles; you will surely find peace and prosperity in writing. All the best to you!
Don't mention it! It was most definitely my pleasure, and I actually am enrolled in college as an english major. Thank you for your kind and uplifting words! They are much appreciated after all of this writing I have been doing. You should follow me.
I would make extensive arrangements to ensure my children are provided for and loved after I pass. Assuming my husband is still alive I would still make sure there was someone helping as I wouldn't trust him to be able to do it himself. Then I would spend as much time as I could with them and my husband. When they are sleeping I would write and write and write some more for them hoping that having my words will ease the pain of loosing a mother.
Because I am a christian, I joyfully live each day with the understanding that at any time I could be finished here and move on to enjoy spending an eternity with Christ. If I knew I had only one year of life left here on earth, I would continue to share Christ with others, compelling them to study his Word and establish a relationship with him. I agree with the Apostle Paul, (Philippians 1:21) "For to me, to live is Christ and to die is gain."
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