What is the first thing you are willing to die for in your life?
Nothing ....but I am willing to live and fight for all the things I love, my family, my friends, my values, almost all those things I am passionate about.. and to make it simple...I am passionate about life and living life to the fullest!!
I would walk through fire for my child... My son is my life.
I'm not willing to die, but I'm willing to protect those I care about with my life.
My faith and my children, and grandchildren. I never felt anything like that self-sacrificing love until I held my first child in the hospital--a love swept over me that I cannot describe and I knew nothing would keep me from protecting her.
It should not be willing to die for something as it should be sacrificing for a cause that may end up death. It should be worth risking your life. At the same time, one should not give away life so easily without a fight.
Those I love. I will always put myself infront of those I care about.
I would be willing to die for my children. If I had to die to keep them safe, I wouldn't think twice about it!
5 years ago I would have died for my country...or my President...or a pretty piece of colored ribbon. Today, nothing. I'm a bit self-centered so I can't imagine anything that is more important to me than my own survival...Of course, I don't have any children yet.
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