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In the book Tuesdays with Morrie Mitch discusses with his old college professor the most significant experiences in life Mitch learns how to become a more complete and compassionate person through the experience After reading Mitch and Morries discussion about death I thought more about what I want from my life I knew what I wanted before and I knew that I would die at some point but connecting the two is what gives me motivationMorrie says to do as the Buddhists do Every day have a little bird on your shoulder thats asks Is today the day Am I ready Am I doing all I need to do Am I being the person I being the person I want to beAlbom 81 I want to maintain the same feeling of optimism and restlessness I have now I think it will be what gives me the determination to follow through on the things I want most When thinking about living a complete life I think about regret Another topic hashed out in the book In order to find out what I want most from life I have to consider what I would regret not doing I want a family one day a very long time from now I need to obtain some sort of wisdom insight and understanding of things outside of the everyday I want the fare chance to own my own business I want the ability to choose my freedoms I have the right to a healthy and whole world I also have the responsibility to improve the planet in some wayThis isnt exactly my bucket list only the main pointsI disagree with Morrie when he says we should think about death everyday Counting down your days does nothing to improve quality of life This gives death a negative connotation Im not saying anyone who values life wants to die But in death there is a new beginning a different place that
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