There will be a last time for everything.
The last time talking to my brother.
The last time picking up my son.
The last time seeing a sunset.
A last round of golf.
Facing mortality should give us gratitude for the opportunities in front of us.
The things we do today may end up being the last time we get to experience them.
That shouldn’t scare us.
It should energize us.
It should inspire us to go after it with vigor and excitement.
To put our full energy and focus into it.
To lean in deep and relish the moment.
Memento mori (Remember, death.)