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15 January 2014
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A No Regrets Life

A No Regrets Life

Hopefully you read my last article and decided to join me on my journey to a no regrets life by reading the book One Month to Live. In the book, authors Kerry and Chris Shook identify 4 principles of a no regrets life. This week I am focusing on the first principle, live passionately.

If you knew you only had one month to live, wouldn’t you savor each moment? Wouldn’t you put forth effort to make each moment count? Well the truth is we can live like this each day. In my opinion a life void of passion is not a life worth living. In the book One Month to Live, the authors challenged me to examine regrets, hopes, and fears to determine if I am living life passionately.

Too often people get caught up in the day-to-day routine of life and lose passion for living. I am learning to be passionate even in my daily activities because I am thankful for the opportunity to live another day in pursuit of the purpose for which I was created. I have determined to not take anything lightly from my morning shower to my night-time prayers; I am driven by a renewed passion for life.

What does living passionately mean to you? Are you living passionately now? If not,how can you begin to change? Join me next week as I discuss the second principle, love boldly.

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2 responses on “A No Regrets Life Principle 1: Live Passionately

  1. Christina Peterson says:

    To me living passionately means being deliberate in every action you take. I also think it means striving for fulfillment and meaning no matter what.

  2. I completely agree, I too decided this year I am going to live more on purpose than anything. Getting up doing the same thing daily is not enough anymore, I am living by doing, becoming, going, seeing, and believing.

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