We have drastic moments when someone we care about or someone who has had an impact at some stage in our life, passes away. Usually that's the moment we stop time and the busyness of life to really think about how that person has affected our life. Where we'd be if we hadn't met them? The many conversations we had? The last time we saw them? It really becomes a moment of reflection. Then as time leads to their memorial we think about what we would have said to them if we saw them one last time. If only they knew...
Let's also teach our children, nieces & nephews and all the children in our life. Teach them to not wait. Teach them to seize every moment to be that catalyst, to not waste moments thinking they have time but to do what their hearts lead them to do. It could mean a world of difference for someone else.