Monday 10 October 2011

What will people say about you when you’re gone?

This weeks sparkenation.

More importantly what are you saying about people who matter to you while they’re alive?

I have been staggered by the amount of wonderful words published about Steve Jobs following his death. And I have wondered, how much was said to Steve while he was alive?

What will people say about you when you’re gone? And what are people saying to you now?

Do you share with the people who matter (not just your family, everyone) to you, your feelings and thoughts about them? Do it now. It’s too late when they’re gone.

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1 comment:

UzSi said...

This is the human nature as "We never appreciate what we have till it's gone". The worst, that appreciation means hardly nothing for the one, who's gone. Referring to Steve Jobs as he said "Being the richest man in the cemetery doesn't matter to me". Being able to value what you have now and think less about tomorrow is probably a very important feature for today's person, since we should and practically are living NOW, yet theoretically - with our minds we are often in TOMORROW..