Whether I die today, tomorrow or a year from now, I'll be leaving unfinished business. The question would be, what sort of business? There's very little we can leave unfinished that A) absolutely MUST be done or terrible things will happen or B) Someone else could not easily complete if they find it necessary.
I was never compelled to create one of those foolish "bucket lists," people discuss. Living in the moment has it's own benefits and pleasures. What needs planning gets done and the rest I cast to the wind.
Because above all else I treasure & adore my "family" (sons, spouses, their kids) & closest of friends, any concerns or bequeathing is well documented & I have no secrets from them. I'm comfortable in this regard.
While I will grant that most of us have had thoughts that some things in our lives may have been done better or with more effort & common sense (or even NOT done at all)....Guess what folks? We don't get "Do-Overs." Hopefully, as part of the growing & advancement process, we learned, improved and moved on. If not, forgive and forget...or at least one or the other. Remember the words of Forest Gump, "S-it Happens."
We cannot literally "take anything with us," so It seems to me that while we're still among the living, we should enjoy what we have, share it all, & give away what we choose, to those who matter to us.
I will have done my best to make every moment count, to say what I've wanted others to know, loved with all my heart and suggested to those unsavory individuals who enjoy doing harm, to GET and STAY out of my sight.
Where ever I traveled, the many many things I learned and whatever I could teach others, I did as I went along. Unfinished business? Certainly nothing I'll allow to cause me stress nor worry. I came into the world a brand new Free Spirit.....I suspect I'll leave a slightly old, very wise Free Spirit.