What if Tuesday: What if you died tomorrow?

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What if Tuesday is all about the what ifs. Each week I post a hypothetical question that you can have fun with and answer. This week’s question is:

What if you died tomorrow? What mark will you have left on this roller coaster world?

Did you say all the things you wanted to say? Did you do all the things you wanted to do? Did you make a difference? What’s left for you to do?

Leave your answers in the comment section, and if this question inspired you to write a story, don’t forget to submit it to my Best Opening Line Contest. Get the chance to win $50 and publicity on my platform.

And no matter what, Stay Inspired…

About shondabrock

I'm a southern in my heart and a northern in my soul. I've had a few bad wines, but for the most part I've enjoyed enough good wines that it makes up for the few bad bottles. I enjoy writing, but more than writing itself, I love telling a good story, taking my reader off on an adventure starting with "What If"…. I'm a sucker for the Paranormal Romance genre. To me, its nice to be released from "What Is Expected" and believe for 250 pages in "What If's". Its like a vacation with out passports, waiting in line and an expensive credit card bill when you return home. Please Enjoy, but more importantly Stay Inspired…
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3 Responses to What if Tuesday: What if you died tomorrow?

  1. Tony Burgess says:

    Dead folks don’t regret but leading up to your moment of passing a lot of things would pass through your mind and some of it is how you treated others and how much love you showed.

  2. Kim Gorman says:

    I have definitely not done all of the things I want to do. For example, I’m going to be really pissed if I die without going back to Germany, where I was born and lived for the first two years of my life, but of course have no memory of. I do feel that I’ve made a positive difference in the world through my work with first-generation, low-income college students, former yoga students, and my family. As for have I said all I want to say, probably not, but none of it is too pressing. There is so much left to do and I know even if I live to be 100 it’s unlikely I’ll be able to do it all. Thanks for posing these questions! Very thought-provoking.

  3. shondabrock says:

    Loved your response. I’m about to release a short blog on “What Are You Waiting For” Its fictional, but based on truths. What matters is the present and what are we prepared to do to make it the best it can be.
    And it never hurts to be a giver. Thank you for working with low-income college students, former yoga students and being a present parent.

    Stay Inspired,
    Shonda

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