Jan 13, 2017
When patients who are dying are
asked to discuss their lives, the discussion doesn't usually
include how much money they earned. People who are dying
don't usually talk about the big promotions at work or the
retirement fund they built over the years.
They talk about their experiences. They talk about what they’ve done.
Who they met.
Places to which they travelled.
Wonders that they saw.
People they loved.
In this episode of Five for Friday, Helen & Jerry discuss the difference between having and having done.
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