If you only had ten more years to live, would you do anything differently?

What would you do?


5 thoughts on “If you only had ten more years to live, would you do anything differently?

  1. I don’t think I would change much. I’m already doing everything I can to leave the past behind and focus on right now and the future. When I notice something I would like to change now, I try to do it. The only thing I believe I would really put more effort in is advocacy, for infertility, for health, for human rights. I’d have to cram the rest of my life into those ten years.

    How about you?

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  3. I am currently trying to focus only on the here and now and to avoid any thoughts about the next few months, much less about the next ten years. But if I knew I’d be dead for sure ten years from now, i’d have the perfect excuse to stop trying to have a baby.

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