Live every day like it’s your last

One day, you are going to hug your last hug, kiss your last kiss and hear someone’s voice for the last time, but you never know when the last time will be.

Live every day as if it were the last time you will be with the person you love.

Life doesn’t give us the opportunity of knowing when our end is near. We tend to live everyday forgetting that someday it would be our last.

Extend that hand of love when you still can, go on trips, love and be loved, have fun and live your best life; you won’t know the last time you are going to do all these things.

You can never understand the pain of having many unanswered questions and unspoken words. Talk to people when you can; you don’t know what could happen next.

I never got the opportunity to say goodbye to my father; we never in good terms, and at some certain points I feel like he died a sad death. He never knew his time was up, and we never settled the rift between us.

I was devastated he had to go that way; I never had a chance to say goodbye or talk to him like a son. I regretted not utilizing the times we spent together, but that’s all in the past; I can’t do anything about it.

Live your best life when you still can; forgive those who hurt you no matter how deep it was, give love a chance. 


  1. I said my last goodnight and kiss to my husband at 2:00AM now over 3 yrs ago and at 6:30 AM he was gone ! I will never forget him or our last words ! Libby Morey

  2. My identical twin sister and I said to each other everyday I love you and so appreciate your unconditional love. When her Cancer took over her lymph system and spored out over her body. We said I love you more often. When she passed I personally feel completely loved. My family led by Mom and Dad also brought us up to be loving people. I am so grateful for my dearest friends and family that continue to say I love you often.

  3. My niece will not let me see my sister all because of what we talked about she taped us I can’t even talk to her she’s 81 I’m 69 I pray do hard I feel my prayers go unanswered. My heart is broke.

    1. My boyfriend is in hospice and his sister for some reason decided I was not to be with him during his last days. My heart is so very broken and my head is really messed up. These last 2 weeks I was by his hospital bed non stop and for her to do this to me now as he prepares to take his last breath is undeniably selfish. He wouldn’t want this and if he could convey his thoughts I know all hell would break loose.

      1. I am so sorry for their souls I pray the Good Lord saves them their evil ways. I don’t know why people derive such pleasure from causing pain. You ask the Lord to give you strength to help you this. When the Lord closes one door he opens 2 more. Hang in tbere ask the Lord to pass your love to him.

      2. I am sorry to hear this. This is why a health directive signed by your boyfriend or marriage is the right thing to do

  4. I lost my daughter, my baby of 28 yo on Aug. 8, 2020 due to a drunk driver hitting her on her way to work. She left behind a son of 10 yo and we never got to say our last goodbyes, give our last hugs and say our last “I love you’s”. I learned that our relationships with God and our family and friends are what life is truly about. Be sure to share your love with them each and every day, as you never know when our time is at an end here on earth. I am thankful that I have the hope of a reunion with her when I am gone from this world through God’s promise. Love hard, love often…

    1. In some case or in most cases deserponintment are more exposed than encouragment. So I learned to forgive and move on. No matter how painfull it is bt I always remember that Christ died for me while I was still asinner. And he showed love so we learn from him to love even unloveble people. This topick was so helpfull thanks I love you all

  5. I didn’t read any replies. I envy men who are friends with their fathers. I couldn’t give a shit about the man who sired me. He was a mean drunk, wife beater, raped both of my sisters and was the only person to sucker punch me in the middle of my teenage face. He needed to die at the hands of General Population in the joint, but disease got him (turned his guts to shit soup). You can’t say that he was good for nothing; he could always be used as a bad example for a father/man.

    1. I’m so sorry you had to suffer the pain of a bad father. There will be extra stars in your crown when you get to heaven. It took great courage to share. God bless you and your sisters.

  6. I Love my mom an my dad dearly an i was close to my mom an now she is gone an my dad to an my grand mother an my grand pa an most of my uncles an aunts

  7. I left a comment. But the censors on Facbook saw fit to not allow me to share. I have lost three brothers one as recent as 21 days and it never gets easier. Live while each of you are alive don’t wait to speak your heart at a funeral.

  8. Believe me..
    I know..
    I am in end stage renal failure on dialysis, in congestive heart failure and systolic congestive failure with severe bleeds in my heart..
    My prognosis I was given was 1-3 years to live..
    I am going to live my life to the fullest and most of all make sure my friends and I know how very much I love them..
    I will keep fighting as long as I can but will give all the love I have to everyone…
    May God bless each and every one is you forever..
    And please hug someone today and tell them how much you love them..♥️

  9. You can’t forgive someone unless they give you the words “I’m sorry”. Absent that, you can love them anyway. But forgiveness requires an apology. It’s about self-respect.

  10. With Gods help we can forgive, not because how we were treated was right it was wrong. We can forgive by choosing to forgive .
    God gives us the supernatural ability to forgive if we ask for help.
    The Bible says if we don’t forgive others God can’t forgive us.
    Doesn’t mean that what the other person did was right!!
    Then reach out in love! God gives us that freedom.
    Otherwise we our held prisoner by anger and bitterness!

  11. My father was taken from me just as I turned 18 as I watched him fight to stay alive. When I came along I didn’t know any of my grandparents so I try to be the best father/grandfather I can be.

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