Do you have any earthly idea when your funeral will be held?
Are you comfortable with your own mortality?
Does death and dying scare you?
These are questions most people in midlife try to avoid. One of the benefits from a midlife crisis is that it’s a friendly reminder that the clock is ticking and there is still time to transform.
Yesterday, on one of the Delta legs to get home from Massachusetts where I gave a few speeches, I had a conversation with a younger man, maybe 30.
He said I had a fatalistic life view. Not knowing exactly what fatalistic meant, and being caught off guard a bit by his evaluation, I waited until I could check the definition.
He was incorrect.
Why? I’ll tell you tomorrow.