Yesterday I spent time with a friend who informed me about another who was recently diagnosed with terminal cancer. It is an aggressive cancer with a prognosis of 3-4 months. This woman is a wife and mother of small children. We are praying for a miracle but also know that at a time such as this we are forced to face the possible reality of the situation. As I lay in bed last night I prayed for her healing as I grieved for the husband and children. If you are reading this blog would you stop for a moment and pray for this woman in NYC?
I woke this morning thinking about a movie that Todd and I rented for a date night called “The Bucket List.” Did you see it? Morgan Freeman and Jack Nicholson were in this movie. Both men are diagnosed with terminal cancer and have different heart attitudes on life. One man is very rich, angry and bitter and the other hard working, middle class and grateful. Morgan Freeman makes a list of things he would like to do before passing. I enjoyed the story. At the end of the movie you are forced to think about your own bucket list.
What about you? Life is a gift but none of us are guarantee tomorrow. Have you made a bucket list? What are some of the things on your list?
In the “Living on Purpose Day Planner & Organizer” I have included a page for you to list things that you want to do in your lifetime. On this page you can write down anything in your wildest dreams that you would like to see come to pass. Small or big things you want to do, places you want to go, talents or skills you want to develop, etc. If you had to write this list today what would you put on it?