There was a man who lived in a beautiful house with his healthy family. He was a former Navy Captain. He served his country very well throughout his period of service. He was a solidly built person with a charming smile on his face. He was doing good. He was in a business which he joined after his retirement. There was another wise man living somewhere else with his family. He was a good swimmer. He was a working person with a good personality. He was a friendly and kind hearted person too. The best thing is, both were good friends. Solid friends.
One day, they decided to go on a picnic near a river. They did. They reached the spot and started enjoying like usual. The day was good with a normal breeze. They were really enjoying. One of them went near the river and started having fun with the water. All of a sudden, he was going inside the river without his intention. The family saw him drowning forcefully and the other man jumped into the river to pull him out. Unfortunately, it was a whirlpool. Both were struggling but efforts were useless. It stopped. People gathered there. It was a pure silence there. Because they didn’t make it. They were drowned. They died… One of them was a former Navy Captain and other one knew swimming. Still, water took their lives. They had skills but still…
My question is, “How much time do you have left?” You are alive today, reading this. That’s good. You are lucky. But what about tomorrow?
I just want to say, “There is no right and perfect moment. Whatever you want to do, do it now. Complete the pending tasks today. Live the life that you always wanted to live. Start now. If you are beaten, then start fresh but now. I don’t want you to feel pity for your life when you are on deathbed. Because fear of future is the motivation which motivates us to make our lives better. That’s natural.”
Get yourself up and start now.