If this was the last thing I ever said before the end, would I be proud of it?
Yes, yes I would.
With that out of the way, I’m glad it’s not… or is it!? O_O
Ok, so far so good. *whew*
Well, I was speaking of myself, although each can apply it to themselves as needed. The way I look at it, barring some amazing new discovery, it’s most likely there’ll be a point where we’ll each have our own “no more” time. I don’t see it as that big of a deal, so long as it’s not an awful process. But I sometimes wonder, “What if… THIS, here, right now, was “it”? Would I be proud of my last words?” and these were them? [these, in this comment, these in the original post, “these” in some future utterance]..
..and I like to keep that in mind sometimes. Keeps me from getting TOO wrapped up in words spoken in anger and stuff like that.
So, someone goes and makes me this
So, in another place away from G+, we’re having a discussion about “Last Words”. I brought up this idea of what it would be like to wonder if THIS, whatever THIS is that you’re about to say, is the last thing you ever say.
And… somebody makes me a tombstone.
Nice haha – I’ve made a few of them myself through the years, wondering what they’d be. But I have to say my friend’s “my last words” beat all of my own ideas so far.
I’d be ok with this. The only thing I’d change though is the date.
I’d much prefer 2061 over 2016. Maybe the chisel messed up.
or maybe… O_O? Naw, I’m ok. [croaks]
wait.. still here. whew.