What would you be remembered for when you are dead and gone? Or what would you like to be written on your gravestone: "A peace maker" or "a troublemaker"? "A good man" or what? Guess what, "rest in peace" is not wished for, rather it's planned and worked for.
"Rest in peace" is a ceremonial wish and it does not guarantee that you must surely rest in peace when you die, but if you want to rest in peace, it's now you will begin to work for it. Even if all the bishops gather to tell you "rest in peace" at your funeral, but you did not live a good life, you will rest in pieces, and not in peace.
The Endless Journey reminds us that we are in transit. The world is not our home. But let me ask, how old are you? How many more years do you think you still have to live? Deduct the life you have lived from the one you still have to live, then how many more years or days do you think you still have to live? It's a very simple mathematics, but this one has no answer because no one has his life in his hands as to know the number of years he has to live. After listening to The Endless Journey, you will have a rethink, and it will help you to start amending your ways where you are not getting it right. So when do you think you will die? In case you are a designer, I'm not asking you to start designing the grave where you will be buried, but to start designing and amending your life. Where would you spend your eternity when you die?
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