Dr. Tony Campolo tells about a sociological study in which 50 people over the age of 95 were asked one question. “If you could live your life again, what would you do differently?” It was an open-ended question, so there were multiple answers: however, three consistently emerged.


Three Top Answers:

1.  I would reflect more.

What does it mean to reflect? To reflect is to think more deeply and carefully about something, 

2.  I would risk more. 

This answer is self-explanatory. What risks do you need to take?

3.  I would do more things that would live on after my death. 

Everyone wants to leave a legacy. So, what do you want people to remember about you?

 

Let me challenge you not to wait until you are 95 years old to reflect more, risk more, and do things that will live beyond your life.