40 Things To Say Before You Die

40 Things To Say Before You Die Before you’re sprawled on your deathbed, there are some things you really have to say. They’re not complicated. They’re not poetry. They’re just short sentences with big meaning. I hope they get you talking. Jessica Hagy,http://www.forbes.com/sites/jessicahagy/2012/10/04/40-things-to-say-before-you-die/
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21  “Damn, I look good.”  You come from a long line of people who convinced others to sleep with them. Remember that.

21 “Damn, I look good.” You come from a long line of people who convinced others to sleep with them. Remember that.

19  “Hold the mayo.”  Ask for the little things on a regular basis and you’ll find that it’s easier to make larger demands on occasion.

19 “Hold the mayo.” Ask for the little things on a regular basis and you’ll find that it’s easier to make larger demands on occasion.

8  “Let’s go!”  Where you’re going often matters far less than the enthusiasm you have for the trip.

8 “Let’s go!” Where you’re going often matters far less than the enthusiasm you have for the trip.

18  “This is who I am.”  The nervous energy spent pretending to be something you’re not is better spent on practically anything else.

18 “This is who I am.” The nervous energy spent pretending to be something you’re not is better spent on practically anything else.

23  “Isn’t this beautiful?”  The more often you notice the gorgeous world around you, the happier you’ll be.

23 “Isn’t this beautiful?” The more often you notice the gorgeous world around you, the happier you’ll be.

24  “I quit.”  Not everything is worthwhile, and sometimes we don’t find that out until we’re in the middle of a rotten situation.

24 “I quit.” Not everything is worthwhile, and sometimes we don’t find that out until we’re in the middle of a rotten situation.

22  “Congratulations.”  Say this without jealously. Practice if you have to.

22 “Congratulations.” Say this without jealously. Practice if you have to.

16  “That was my contribution.”  Own what you’ve worked to create—that’s how your presence will be felt long after you’re gone.

16 “That was my contribution.” Own what you’ve worked to create—that’s how your presence will be felt long after you’re gone.

14  “Tell me more.”  Really getting to know someone (or some topic) will help you better triangulate your own place in the world.

14 “Tell me more.” Really getting to know someone (or some topic) will help you better triangulate your own place in the world.

17  “Get out.”  It’s always harder to take back an invitation than to give one, but protecting yourself from personified trouble is always worth the effort.

17 “Get out.” It’s always harder to take back an invitation than to give one, but protecting yourself from personified trouble is always worth the effort.

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