Coming to terms with one’s mortality

By Jim Campbell

June 16th, 2021

Some might view and listen to the words below and come to a realization

That’s a good thing.

We have played our hands, dealt with life’s issues good or bad, this is in no way a sad song, its a wake up call for all of us to take better care of ourselves, exercise and eat well.

This is not a time of sadness or a time to look back on the things we wanted to do.

It’s a time to rejoice, live life to the fullest, there is no point in looking back we can’t change the past.

Remember, tomorrow is promised to no one.

The CH-47 Chinook, the world’s largest firefighting helicopter can drop 3,000 gallons of water or retardant in a single pass. The helicopter, provided by Southern California Edison, is available for use by Los Angeles County and Orange County fire departments. (Myung J. Chun / Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)

Meanwhile I’m watching a helicopter go up and down my valley picking up water to fight a fire up the canyon.

What me worry? via Getty Images)

Thirty years ago we were forced to evacuate as 90 mile an hour winds ripped through the canyons.

Never the END

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5 Responses to Coming to terms with one’s mortality

  1. 4farmgirl says:

    Life is an unknown. What will today be like? That is the unknown. How we approach the day or handle life may be challenging but may also be very rewarding. We are all faced with the same challenge but how we handle it may differ and the resulting outcomes diverse. Some will say it is a state of mind – think positive and you will be positive. Think negative and become the victim. Whatever your response to a challenge, it should be a learning experience. If you learn from your challenges and responses you may have a better chance at having a more positive and rewarding life. Mortal life is short though and what state of mind you are in when you die may depend upon how you handled your challenges and what you have learned. I choose to die satisfied with a life full of rewards as a result of learning and loving as opposed to dying distressed, resentful and unfulfilled without any feeling of self-worth. I choose to die knowing I have met my challenges and accept that my soul will be going to a better place in everlasting peace. These are the terms of my mortality. But I’m not done yet. There are still challenges left unanswered, unknown that they may be!


  2. mobiuswolf says:

    Boy, Glenn had a heck of a range on him.


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