The thing you'd like to do before you cease to be!

The one wish
July 11, 2017 2:48pm CST
Name any one thing that you'd like to do before you cease to be. Any last wishes in particular before you meet the Angel of death? It could be anything, like kissing Natalie Portman or Channing Tatum (your choice), going on a date with Chris Evans, or climbing Himalayas! Or more realistic ones!
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• United States
11 Jul 17
I would like to go back to visit my hometown and see my house of my childhood.
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11 Jul 17
That's quite realistic, and actually very very good. You must have had happy memories connected to your childhood house?
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• United States
11 Jul 17
@shikharava Some, not all good memories, but it would be healing experience.
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11 Jul 17
I agree
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@TheSojourner (17195)
• United States
13 Jul 17
I gave up my bucket list when I was told that I had six months to live. That was 5 years ago. Now, I live each day and what comes to me is going to come to me. I do what I feel like I'm going to do and can do. Right now I need to find my passport!
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13 Jul 17
As expected of you, direct and to the point. Damn, I like you girl! :)
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• United States
13 Jul 17
@shikharava not always direct and to the point. I am a storyteller! And I am a Gypsy by Nature. Unfortunately, at my age of nearly 62, that wasn't appreciated very much in what I tried to do. Oh, if I could live my life over again! Knowing what I know now, of course!
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14 Jul 17
@CoralLevang That's experience for you. You can't live in the past, but you can always apply the things you have learned in the past to present. Most of the time it works without pain:)
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@dpk262006 (56559)
• Delhi, India
13 Jul 17
I would like to go to moon and mars before I die.
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13 Jul 17
That's a very good wish - space travelling and exploring beyond our earth. We could really see if Mars is red or if the moon has about 1/6 of a gravity relative to earth. Then we can understand many things as they are taught to us. Probably, confirm the whole principles.
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@dpk262006 (56559)
• Delhi, India
14 Jul 17
@shikharava Yes, if one could visit Mars he could experience many unforeseen things. In some countries there are plans in the pipeline for taking tourists in a space craft to moon, though the cost would be exorbitant.
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14 Jul 17
@dpk262006 didn't know that Thanks for the info.
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@Shavkat (69493)
• Philippines
12 Jul 17
I wanted to go back and try to correct the mistakes of my evil relatives.
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12 Jul 17
Okay, I hope that would change something as you have always wanted to.
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@Shavkat (69493)
• Philippines
13 Jul 17
@shikharava I hope so, my friend. But I think it is impossible.
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13 Jul 17
@Shavkat it certainly is. :(
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@Mass_Sonu (1034)
• India
12 Jul 17
@shikharava The usual. Get a better job, make my parents happy & proud at least for one single day. What's yours ?
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12 Jul 17
Just layoff and melt away:)
@Mass_Sonu (1034)
• India
12 Jul 17
@shikharava Ah, seems so simple yet thoughtful...
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12 Jul 17
@Mass_Sonu it is indeed.
@1creekgirl (13653)
• United States
11 Jul 17
After telling my husband and family how very much I love them, I'd really, really like to eat all the chocolate walnut fudge I want.
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11 Jul 17
That sounds like a rewarding experience, only if one doesn't get stomachaches after eating all that fudge.:)
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@1creekgirl (13653)
• United States
11 Jul 17
@shikharava Well, at that point, what would a stomach ache matter? LOL
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11 Jul 17
@1creekgirl well said: D
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@jstory07 (73782)
• Roseburg, Oregon
11 Jul 17
There is nothing really I never had a home town. I am now living where my mother's family is from. And that was where I wanted to retire to. And now I have.
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11 Jul 17
You don't have a wish? Not even an itsy-bitsy teeny-tiny one?
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@jstory07 (73782)
• Roseburg, Oregon
11 Jul 17
@shikharava No I worked for forty yeas to have a good retirement. We are not rich but have what we need. So I am happy with what I have.
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11 Jul 17
I see. That's good. Contentment is the key to happiness, and so I have heard, or probably read. I dunno.
@dollaboy (6151)
21 Jul 17
Climb Mount Everest
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21 Jul 17
Yea, cool
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@dollaboy (6151)
21 Jul 17
@shikharava like to join
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