Never be bullied into silence. Never allow yourself to be made a victim. Accept no one's definition of your life, but define yourself. Harvey S. Firestone

The people with whom you work reflect your own attitude. If you are suspicious, unfriendly and condescending, you will find these unlovely traits echoed all about you. But if you are on your best behavior, you will bring out the best in persons with whom you are going to spend most of your waking hours.

Some people get spiritual because they see the light and some people get spiritual because they feel the heat!

How do you know if you're truly a servant? See how you react the next time someone treats you like one.

Thursday, April 21, 2011

Question Of The Day

If this were to be your last year alive, what would you be doing differently?

15 comments:

Sherri said...

great questions... immediately causes the stop & think.... you know there are many in this world that believe we only have one more month... May 21st... but i don't see much change in the people around me...

for me, i would spend all my time with family, loved ones, in prayer and serving the Lord in what ever way He calls me to...

wspouse said...

I would be playing with all my favorite peeps and telling them how much I love them. Eating pizza, dringking real Dr. Pepper, and finish off with a brownie fudge sundae from Braums.

Anonymous said...

Travel more.

The Angry Squaw said...

I'd be living with the man I love, and splitting my time up spending as much of it with each of my kids as I could.

I would only be around people that make me feel good.

I would visit Ireland.

Coxie said...

Enjoy every minute I could with my family and friends. kids especially. Also make it a point to try not get angry any of the time. Wouldn't want anyone to remember me as negative.

Anonymous said...

I would take my 8 year old son out of school and play for a solid year.

Anonymous said...

super question...without a doubt I would contact everyone that I thought I had wronged to ask for forgiveness

Kathleen... said...

YAY!!! The QoD is back!

Answer: I'd take the kids out of school, eats lots & lots of pizza and Mexican food, and visit Venice. And give warm hugs to those whom I love....and apologize to those whom I've hurt. And smile. A lot.

Anonymous said...

I'd spend every weekend in Vegas with my wife. It's our favorite place!

Anonymous said...

12:00--are you my hubby?

Jarhead said...

I'd go sky divin'. Maybe some Rocky Mountain climbin.'

I've always wanted to ride a bull so I try to stay on a bull named Fu Manchu for... oh.. 2.7 seconds.

I'd love deeper and I'd speak sweeter [even sweeter than I do now].

And I'd give forgiveness I've been denyin'.

That's all I can think of. Already been to Ireland.

Shayne said...

Great question - I would, like many others, spend my days with Jim, the three kids and two grand babies. Definitely share that time with Mom, Harold, W-Corner family, Dad and the many wonderful cousins who I love dearly. I also would have to ask forgiveness from some folks and choose to see the positive in all things. It is sad we all have to "only have a year left" before we do all of this. Reflection on these thoughts for a few days may have some of us calling a few folks!

ratherbesailin' said...

Quit playing golf.

Anonymous said...

I don't think I would be doing anything differently, except making more time to be with family. Maybe postpone knee replacement surgery, though. Nowhere I would choose to travel, nothing special to eat, nothing to apologize for to anyone, just let everyone I love know absolutely that I love them. very thought-provoking question) Mo

David said...

Not go into the dome on the morning of March 18..Just Saying..LOL