“Regrets? I have a few. Too much worrying? I worried about finding the right husband and having children, being on time, being late and so on. It didn’t matter.
It all works out and it would have worked out without the worries and the tears. If I would have known then what I know now? But, I did and so do you. We’re all going to die. Stop worrying and start loving and living.”
These were the words from a letter which had been routed around the office, written by the wife of an employee who was aware that she was dying. Linda Ellis read the letter and kept a copy of it and continued to live by her words. The letter made her stop and think. The words stuck with her.
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