John Mark Gonzaga
One of the most difficult aspects of dying young is the potential for unrealized potential. Young people often have dreams and aspirations that have yet to be realized, and the loss of someone who was poised to achieve great things can be particularly difficult to bear. Ultimately, dying young is a reminder of the fragility of life, and the importance of treasuring the time we have with the people we love. It is a reminder to live fully, to embrace each day with gratitude and joy, and to make the most of every opportunity that comes our way. While we may never fully understand why some lives are cut short, we can honor those who have passed away by living our own lives with purpose, compassion, and love.
“Jesus took the tree of death so you could have the tree of life.”
– Timothy Keller
What is the imprint you or your loved one have left on this earth, on the world, on your family and friends? Now there’s a way you can make the quality of your legacy appropriate to the quality of your life. Grow an Environmental legacy story in a way that’s sustainable, creative and artistic.
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