It’s a question that many of us ask ourselves. “Am I dead yet?” We all know we’re going to die someday, but what if you knew the day?
What would you do with your final hours on earth?
Would you spend them in bed, watching reruns of The Office until the end finally comes?
Or would you use this time to make some memories and say goodbye to family members who might not be around much longer themselves?
Our guest blogger for today has decided he wants to live out his days as best he can before it’s too late. Click here for more!
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