If you knew the day you were going to die???  

TrueTxGtlman 54M
111 posts
4/5/2006 9:13 pm

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4/6/2006 10:08 pm

If you knew the day you were going to die???

What would you do differently? What would you want to make sure you did? What would you do to make your life mean more? What would you want others to feel? What would you try and change? After all the things you could think of doing if you knew the date that you were going to die I ask you this... What is keeping you from doing them now? Believe it or not you are still going to pass on. Get out there and do what you want and need to do.

twirly_girl 48F

4/5/2006 9:52 pm

Wow... when I read the first question "If you knew the day you were going to die???" and then the second "What would you do differently?"
I was thinking "Well... I'd make sure that the people I loved knew that I loved them even the people I don't think want to know that I love them. LMAO
Then You extended these questions to why wouldn't you do them now?
I was stumped. You got me. Because honestly... I don't know.
Fear of living with rejection is the only thing I can come up with.
I do have rejectaphobia. A terrible case of it to tell you the truth. LOL

Huh... I think I need therapy.


TrueTxGtlman replies on 4/6/2006 6:32 am:
I think most have some type of fear of rejection. I know that is why being online meeting special friends easier. The rejections don't seem so personal. I don't see why you would have a terrible case of rejectaphobia you are a very special lady. If someone rejects you it is more a problem with them than you.


ArgosPlumyKooky 46F
3902 posts
4/5/2006 10:38 pm

this is right, what are we waiting for?

TrueTxGtlman replies on 4/6/2006 6:33 am:
I really don't know what any one waits for. Life is so short and precious.


twirly_girl 48F

4/6/2006 6:43 pm

It's odd that you posted this and then today I learned
that a customer of mine that I had just spoken to
3 weeks ago passed away last week.
The last I had spoken to him, he was about to leave on
vacation with his wife to Colorado. They came back, went to
dinner and before the evening was over he died from an
aneurysm. I didn't know him well but he was a nice man.
But I wondered... could he have had any regrets?
He was only 63.


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