Where have you been?
Two weeks ago, I was at the memorial service for my mother in law. As my husband gave the eulogy, we reviewed her life experiences. I'm guessing everyone learned something about Mom that they never knew before. The footprints she leaves behind may inspire or encourage someone else. I'm sure that is what she would want.
Looking back, on a life well spent or on our own adventures, gives us a different perspective from the usual "full speed ahead" approach. Perhaps a course adjustment is needed. Or maybe we want to up our game in order to give more.
Today is a good day to take a risk, make a change and step into living fully. First write your own eulogy - what do you want to be remembered for?