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This book was imaginative and kept me wanting more. It's not my usual reading genre but I became intrigued and couldn't stop reading. Think about what we are doing to the planet now, and try to imagine the consequenses. What will happen 100, 200 or 1,000 years into the future. Howey presents one possibility that makes you think. Maybe this is far fetched but it makes you wonder if maybe we should be a little more careful about the legacy we leave for future generations.
Last summer a good friend of mine passed away and I remember sitting by his bed with him and his fiancee when the Doctors told him there was nothing left that they could do to cure his illness. With the same grace he displayed throughout his life, he accepted the news and when the room cleared leaving only the three of us we talked about the remaining days. We asked him about the things he wanted us to do with him and/or on his behalf with the time he had left (he would be confined to hospice for the remainder). We asked him if there was any "unfinished business" that he might need us to tend to. He had been ill for a while and therefore even more deliberate than usual about how he spent his time, with whom he spent it, and the experiences he accumulated as time dissipated. He had done everything he wanted in his short life, he had tended to the business that would take care of loved ones once he was gone, and he had no regrets and no unfinished business about which to think over what was his last couple of weeks. Though his life was full, as Todd Henry would say, he lived in such a way that he would soon "Die Empty".
I loved "The Accidental Creative" (Todd's first book), read Todd's blog regularly, and listen to each of his podcasts...Inspiring! "Die Empty" is different...it's even better!! I aspire to live a life that leads me to feeling the same way my good friend did during his final days. That life requires us to spend a large portion of our time outside of our comfort zone, to reclaim our curiosity, and to stop talking about the "hypothetical value" of our ideas. Life is about action. Life is about doing. Life is about fulfillment and follow through. This book reminds us that passion is about suffering, not just enjoyment. And that if we care enough to "Die Empty", we need to be willing to suffer for the people and things we hold most dear. Reading this book may not be easy and it may make it a little more difficult to look yourself in the mirror today. However, by reading, heeding, and practicing the teachings we will all likely appreciate what we see as we reflect on our actions when our life comes to a close.
This book is amazing. After 4 months of eating nothing but diet foods and drinking diet shakes for weight loss, I was about burnt out and ready to go back to eating whatever I wanted. (Remind you that I lost 17 lbs and didn't want the effort to go to waste). I then decided to check this book out. It is amazing. I am now able to eat the foods I missed so much without over indulging. I choose the healthier version and I'm good to go. I still have kept the weight off and I pretty much eat whatever again..AMAZING!