I was coming home from work and just heard the song, LIve Like You Were Dying, by Tim McGraw. What a classic. "Finally read the good book, then I took a good, long hard look, at what I'd do if I could do it all again." Powerful. About his dad, Tug, the great relief pitcher for the Mets and world champion Phillies, I think in '73, who succumbed to cancer in his early 40's. It's the story of how he did all the things he hadn't done in his life at the end of his life. He lived life to the fullest in his waning months.
It just reminds me that this is the only life we have and we need to live it to the fullest, be all that we can be for our wives, our children and ourselves. That song kind of brought it home again.