When I was a kid, there was a three-month period where every single night, I was absolutely convinced I was gonna die. I remember creeping into your room and my heart is racing because I’m always scared to wake you up in the middle of the night… But I wake you guys up, and I’d say, ‘Mom, I think I’m gonna die.’Logan Brown
- Every single human being is going to die, and most of us will die sooner than we expect.
- We often fail to make positive changes today because we don’t want to acknowledge the possibility that yesterday’s choices were unhealthy or unhelpful.
- Time can only ever be invested or wasted; it can never be saved.
- The brevity of life puts the beauty of life into perspective.
- The awareness that we are going to die motivates us to live life well.
- We can never reclaim the last hour, but we can always reclaim the next hour.
- Count the days left in your life if you were to die on your 75th birthday.
- In every 24-hour period, remind yourself that your greatest priority is human connection.
- Create a daily physical reminder that you are going to die someday – a marble mindset.
Choose What Lasts
Why is it so difficult to invest in what ultimately matters the most? Why, as human beings, do we often find ourselves so distracted by those tasks and details that matter the least?
Focus On Becoming
Life is far too short to live on accident. This week Dr. Michael Brown and his oldest son, Justin Brown, have an honest conversation about how to be intentional with the one life we are given.
Don't Die Wondering
The end of life is characterized by so many emotions, but perhaps the most devastating of these is regret. This week, Dr. Michael Brown and Casey Greenawalt continue their ongoing conversation about becoming the best versions of themselves by considering how the reality of death should affect our lives.