I lost my father when I was 24 years old; up until that point I didn't know what death really meant or what true empathy felt like.
Death changes your perspective on your work, your loved ones and your surroundings. It's forced growth and adaptation.
I told a mentor of mine the other day that I didn't want to be on my death bed thinking of all of the things I could have done with my time. He corrected me in saying 'it's all the things you were too scared to do that will lead to regret.'
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