All good things must come to an end. Movies have to end at some point. That sweet bowl of cereal will be finished eventually. Your deep and loving relationship won’t last forever and ever. At some point our lives will come to an end as well.
Nobody likes to think about the end of their life. No one wants to be reminded of the nature of our morality. We’re so focused on the day to day that we never address the future or past. But we’ll all die one day. And many of us will want to talk with someone on our last day alive. If today was your last day alive, who would you call and what would you say?
Here’s my thoughts on who I’d call and what I’d say if it was the last day of my life.
There’s so many names and numbers sitting in my phone. There’s hundreds of different people that I’ve met over the years. I’ve talked to some recently. Others I haven’t interacted with for years and years. And still they’re all people I could potentially reach out to on my last day alive.
But there’s a high chance that I’d want to talk to someone I’m close to. I should spend my last day alive speaking and bonding with someone who’s seen me through the worst times. And of course, I’d want to speak to someone who’s been there through the best times.
There’s no perfectly right answer to this question. I could speak to anyone and say anything. It’s my life at the end of the day. And I could spend the last hours of my life exactly how I wanted to. There would be no jobs or work to do for no reason. I would be free to take advantage of my time.
So the person I would call is probably my grandmother, There are many reasons I’d call my grandma. She’s so special to me and one of my favorite people of all time. She’s very calm and level headed when it comes to big problems. She’s a beautiful soul in all manners.
Whenever I’m sad or in pain I call my grandma sometime very soon. She cheers me up very easily. She’s inspiring when she gives me advice on my problems. And she’s always in a good mood joking around to make me more comfortable. It sounds weird but she really is a great listener and someone I’m always eager to talk to.
On my last day ever alive, I would call my grandma and I’d ask her why it has to end. I wouldn’t be talking about anything in particular but rather just life. Why does everything in life have to end at some point? I would also tell her how much I love her from the bottom of my heart
If would be nice to speak to everyone on our last day of life. That would make things a lot easier and much more manageable. But life doesn’t always work out the way we’d like. So if I had just a moment to make one call, I’d call Mama and I’d ask her why all good things must come to an end.