We all know that one day we will die.

We don’t know when, we don’t know how, but it is inevitable.

It’s not the most positive of thoughts, but that’s not the morbid part.

The sad part isn’t that we all die, but that not everyone chooses to live.

We all have an opportunity to treat life as an exciting adventure, but we choose not to.

We all have an opportunity to find out why God has placed us here and to live according to our purpose, but too many people choose not to.

We all have an opportunity to learn new things throughout our lives, continuing to expand our horizons and be amazed by the possibilities, but too many people choose not to.

We all have the opportunity to maximise each opportunity, each day, each interaction, but too many people choose not to.

We all have the opportunity to courageously take risks that have massive rewards attached to them, but too many people choose not to.

We all have an opportunity to use our unique skills to do remarkable work, but too many people choose not to.

We all have an opportunity to leave a positive imprint on the world, but too many people choose not to.

We all have an opportunity to love, laugh and make a difference in the lives of others, but too many people choose not to.

We think of heaven as a place to go to when we die, not realising that God gives us the chance to experience it while we’re still alive.

We’re all going to die one day.

But will you choose to live first?

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