Ready or not, some day it will all come to an end. There will be no more sunrises, no minutes, hours or days.
All the things you collected, whether treasured or forgotten, will pass to someone else.
Your wealth, fame and temporal power will shrivel to irrelevance. It will not matter what you owned or what you were owed.
Your grudges, resentments, frustrations, and jealousies will finally disappear. So, too, your hopes, ambitions, plans, and to-do lists will expire.
The wins and losses that once seemed so important will fade away.
It won't matter where you came from, or on what side of the tracks you lived, at the end. Figure it out for yourself, my lad, You’ve all that the greatest of men have had, Two arms, two legs, two eyes And a brain to use if you would be wise. With this equipment they all began, So start for the top and say," I can” George Washington Carver Carver's most important accomplishments were in areas other than industrial products from peanuts, including agricultural extension education, improvement of racial relations, mentoring children, poetry, painting, religion, advocacy of sustainable agriculture and appreciation of plants and nature. He served as a valuable role model for African-Americans and an example of the importance of hard work, a positive attitude and a good education Thomas Alva Edison (1847 –1931) he was one of the first inventors to apply the principles of mass production to the process of invention, and therefore is often credited with the creation of the first industrial research laboratory
It won't really matter whether you were beautiful or brilliant. Even your gender and skin color will be irrelevant. So what will matter? How will the value of your days be measured?
What will matter is not what you bought, but what you built.
What will matter is not your success, but your significance.
What will matter is not what you learned, but what you taught.
What will matter is every act of integrity, compassion, courage or sacrifice that enriched, empowered or encouraged others to emulate your example.
What will matter is not your competence, but your character. On the field or off it, India remains the favoured destination of Australian Test captain Steve Waugh. Test cricket’s most capped player wants to end his long and illustrious career in India and then carry on his association with the country through his “life-long pursuit” — ‘Udayan’, the home for children of leprosy patients in Kolkata which he promotes.
What will matter is not how many people you knew, but how many will feel a lasting loss when you're gone. Frank Worrel, West Indies Cricket Capton
What will matter is not your memories, but the memories that live in those who loved you. "Ke mar ke bhi kisi ko yaad aaenge Kisi ke aansuon mein muskuraenge Kahega phool har kali se baar baar Jeena isi ka naam hai"
What will matter is how long you will be remembered, by whom and for what. Over two centuries people worship Raja Shivaji as liberator and inspirer for liberty, equality, honesty and integrity.
Living a life that matters doesn't happen by accident. It's not a matter of circumstance but of choice. There are thousands of such examples who do live longer and healthier life that matters. Salute to those unknown people who do not aspire for fame yet demonstrate these values. Sadguru Shri Dadamaharaj Sangawdekar, tought people power of timeless values and faith. His mission still contiunues added with new Charitable Aurywedic Hospital in Kolhapur
Choose to live a life that matters. Awareness, adventure, integrity, knowledge, humility, co existence and growth.