Bronnie Ware has been a palliative nurse in Australia. Being grateful for the brief relationship with her patients she started to journal her conversations with them, their very honest reflections at this final stage of their life. Some of them spoke about their regrets, the possible fulfillment, and the joy they missed to bring in their life. Most often Bronnie heard: “I wish I’d had the courage to live a life true to myself, not the life others expected of me”. What you do today defines what you’ll tell your nurse when your time has come!
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