It’s a beautiful world.

In our younger years we think we are invisible and life is a challenge accepted, so we make rash decisions and take risks that seem to have no consequence. We are fearless and that is what makes life fun and exciting. Then, as we grow older, we find ourselves taking inventory on what we have accomplished and the memories and good times shared with friends and family. We realize that life has been full of ups and downs, good times and bad times and the thing that matters most is the people around us.

We know we only have a limited time on this planet, maybe 100 years if we are lucky. Regardless, we know we want to express our love and gratitude for those who have walked through this journey with us. We know our legacy and life accomplishments are only possible with the people who believe in us, who love us, and accept us for who we are in these good times and bad.

Some people are good at expressing this love and gratitude to those who matter most, and others don’t exactly know how to express these feelings as the time is never right or the “platform” to say these things comes and goes and surely it will come again without the opportunity missed.

This is not always the case. We find out that our friends have become distant or have taken on challenges that do not allow for us to express these feelings of gratitude and joyfulness and the impact of that one time they did something that changed the path of our life forever.

Take the time to say these things, share your memories and tell our friends and family what they’ve meant to us, either in person or through our digital platform http://www.lastwish.com, after all it’s a beautiful world.

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