I don’t want much in life. Happiness, love, and good health, I think, should do the trick. Cause in the end of your life, it’s not about what you achieved: the grades you did and didn’t get, the jobs you did and didn’t get, winning this, losing that.
It’s about people. It will always be about people. The family and friends who are with you at the bedside at the end of your life- day in and day out. They are helping care for you, visiting, feeding, keeping you on track, helping report your ailments and symptoms. Those who sacrificed time and effort to help mold you and support you. The people who changed your life. The people whose lives you changed- Whether or not it was personal, emotional, spiritual.
If someone told me to write a list of ten of my best moments in life, I won’t be putting down what I did in high school or college etc. I hope to write down names of people who have changed my life. Cause from the moment you were born to the minute you die, people are there. Yes, significant events are life changing, but there is always someone cheering you on and cheering you up, or teaching you a lesson. Most of them look out for you.
It’s always about people. Always.