Why I Read Obituaries

Why I Read Obituaries

Update: 2021-10-07
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Who knows how long we are blessed to live?

...Even the longest life is a relatively short ride.

...And before we know it, each of us must end up as dust.

The bricklayer. The street sweeper. And the firefighter, poet and astronaut.

Life is a fleeting ride. May you never wait to completely embrace it.

I wish that you always keep what’s most essential to a soaring, gorgeous and well-led life at the center of your focus. So your mornings, days and nights are built around what matters. Not seductive trivialities.

Some of the primary metrics of success I do my best to govern my life by are:

—usefulness to society
—love of family
—artistic integrity
—an ecosystem of beauty
—high-craft mastery
—ongoing personal healing and growth
—regular majestic adventures
—real dedication to helping those in need

I’m no guru.

Never have been. Never wish to be.

No one special. I pray I’ve never suggested that to you.

Yet I do work hard in my ongoing attempt to live these priorities.

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Why I Read Obituaries

Why I Read Obituaries

Robin Sharma