FIRE FIGHTER CYCLE
Travel in time fifteen years ago when the Doctor told me I might die, I looked up the top regrets the dying had. Here are the top 3, they were really easy to do. I met several terminal cancer patients myself on my journey and their regrets were all similar.
Why not do them before that day we all will face.
1. I wish I had spent more time with the people I love.
It's easy to let that time slip away, but once it's gone you can never get it back. The bond that links your true family is not one of blood, but of respect and joy in each other's life
2. I wish I had worried less.
Worry is just using your imagination to create the things you don't want. We can't eliminate all worries, but we can choose where we direct our attention.
3. I wish I had forgiven more.
It takes a strong person to say "I'm sorry," and an even stronger person to forgive. Forgive others and enjoy happiness instead of wasting it, living in fear or knowing you are hurting others. The act that hurt or offended you might always be with you, but forgiveness can lessen its grip on you and help free you.
An example is I found the answer to a very important question I was helping someone with over a year ago. It was just so simple, I just had to ask.
My Name is Rudy
I am a fire captain and cancer survivor.
In memory of the