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On the bright side (for Kemi), he’ll probably be back to retrieve his badge…


Life is (too) short

I’ve always heard life is short, yet, I never really saw the meaning of this sentence.
As I’m getting older, I’m starting to wonder if life is short… or even too short. The last one and a half year the deaths of two closed ones made me realise the last thought might be the case. Thinking about that I was wondering what I would want to get out of this life. I don’t really believe in an afterlife (i think?!) so I just have to make something out of this life. I also don’t really believe in a higher meaning of our current life. That means that when my time is done… it’s done. This means I should make the best of this life, have fun and be lucky. I work, but the reason for working is to help me and my family and closed ones to make the best out of their lives too. And for my daughter that means I have to give her everything she needs to be lucky in life, and in case life really turns out to be too short, I can’t postpone on that. So what do I really need? I have a great (extended family), a good and secure job, a beautiful daughter and hobbies that make me forget  my everyday problems for a bit. I’m on the right track, but I’m not there yet… let me think a bit.

Are you completely happy?  Do you have, out of the box, suggestions?

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