A friend from high school shared a great video clip of President Nelson recounting an experience he had on a plane.
The thing about it that struck the deepest chord in me was when he shared that even though he knew he was plummeting to his death, and those around him were screaming, crying, and panicking, he was calm.
He wasn’t afraid to die.
I sat back and thought about that for a bit.
I’m not sure when it happened, but I realized that I completely understood what he was saying and that I felt the same way.
I’m not afraid to die.
Don’t misunderstand, I have SO many things to still fix and improve and grow in. I don’t feel like I’ve accomplished my task here on earth and am ready to go.
Like one of my very favorite songs from Bye Bye Birdie, I’ve still got a lot of livin’ to do.
Don’t we all?