At the end of your life, what would you like to say the best part of your life had been?
Would it be something that has already happened, has yet to happen or you want to happen?
Retirement is the best time of my life, and it is now. If I dropped dead at any time, I know I would have no regrets. This IS the best time of my life, and I am content. But if you really want to know, I wouldn't mind 50 more years of a "quality" life. Meaning I can still be doing what I'm doing now--moving around and being able to travel. And having a wonderful inner circle of family and friends.
I would say my younger teenage years was the best time of my life
The best part of my life thus far and I am sure in the future will be the years I have spent with my wife.
Besides being my wife, she has also been my best friend for 32 years. There have been some tough spots along the way involving bills, our son, my mother, her parents, etc. At 60 I am out of work, she has stood by me without complaining and without criticism.
I cannot think of anything that could be better than having her as a part of my life.
Raising my children and being a part of my grandchildren's lives. I absolutely adored being a mom of young children and remember it with great fondness and likely a little 20-20 hindsight.
Definitely raising my children and being able to be at home with them and homeschool them. We have has so much fun together, and I treasure the relationships we have built.
Easily adopting my son and finally giving up and finding quality sobriety and with it a full, happy and exciting life. Hopefully the remaining years will be filled with unlimited possibilities so I will have more to add to this question in, oh say, twenty years.
When I die I would like to be able to say that the best part of my life was how I treated others. I feel that it is important to treat other people exactly how you would like to be treated. I want to give that person who just gave me a bad look a... read more
I think my marriage is something which I should be really proud of. So at the end of my life I think I will be happy for staying with a person for entire life who is the never ending source of happiness for me.
by Yoleen Lucas 23 months ago
What is the best part of being old? What is the worst?For me, the worst is losing my health and becoming incapacitated. The best is the huge collection of wisdom, memories, and a long lists of "firsts" I get to experience (first microwave, first iPod, etc.).P.S. ...
by Cuttler 5 years ago
What is the best part of having a relationship with Jesus?He has just been awesome in my life though I have not always been there for Him, He has always been there for me. And that's what I like most about this relationship, unconditional love from my Savior. What's your favorite?
by Arunix 7 years ago
which part of your life is the best part?
by Lawretta Ikenga 9 years ago
The best part of my body is my nose and boobs, whats yours?
by kimberlyslyrics 6 years ago
I'd have to go with the waterfront in Toronto Canada, except for winter. It is where musicians, artists, venders all gather and eat lots of hot dogs.That or Sneaky Dee's pub uptown
by Lisa Brown 3 years ago
What is the best part of your day?
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