• Denise Frakes

Who do I want to be when I die...

I'm in no rush, but if I'm to live the life that most speaks to my heart, then I need to know who I will be when I die...who I want to be...


This will help me live.


I want to die a happy, slightly quirky, wise, an eyes sparkling little old lady. I want to die happy, still full of awe and wonder. I want die free of the residues from life, the clutter, the irksomes of normal life...weighing on my essence.


Oh, I know there will be things, events happenings that won't be great, or feel great. But I want to die residue free. The weight and residues of those events not wearing on my spirit and soul.


I want to die without the weight of regret, guilt, anger, of not doing anything to have lightened up this world, to have brought joy to this world. I want to die, having helped paved our future world better for those still growing and raising families. For our planet, our animals, air, water, land. For the next 50 generations.


I want to die without the erosion of an excess of fretting, worrying and fear. To have lived with faith, and appreciation of life. With a deep trust that things will work out. My next step will appear. Fulling trusting Divine, relaxing and leaning in.


I want to die one of those little old lady's you see in an old village, maybe worn on the outside but you can still see the light sparkling through fully awake eyes.


I want to die with joy in my heart, loved and loving. I want to die still curious.


I want to die in a rich, loving community of kindred souls. I want to with mud on my shoes and dirt on my face. Active in nature...still taking in the miracle of life.


Just so you know, I'm in no rush to die but if I'm to live the life that most speaks to my heart. then I need to know who I will be when I die...who I want to be...

I want to die with a happy heart.


I want to live with a happy heart. I want to live still enjoying simple days, noticing seasonal shifts, trying new foods, exploring new paths, being inspired. My smile still working and well used.


This will help me live.

Happy Travels my friend,

Denise

Who do you want to be when you die?



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