Redefining the "Bucket List"
Everyone knows the term bucket list. There's even a movie about it where two old guys are trying to cross experiences off their "list" before they "kick the bucket". My suggestion is not to have list, but rather to have a bucket, and rather than cross things off, let's work on filling
that bucket. Do you have any idea how large the Earth actually is? There is so much to see and do on this planet we could never possibly experience everything it has to offer. But that is no reason not to do as much as we can. Sure I have a few things that I have no interest in trying. Scuba diving, skydiving, climbing Mt. Everest are things I will gladly give my spot to someone else so that they can go twice, but there's plenty of things that I can do and see. So rather than making a list of things you want to do before you die, don't. Get a bucket and see how much you can put into it. Be open to any opportunity to try something new. There are things out in this world you may have never thought of doing, but if someone invites you to go, give it a shot. Too much of our time now is spent seeing the world through a screen. Let's try to see the world and all God's created in person. You don't need to be a world traveler either. Just here in America we have some incredible opportunities. Start filling up that bucket so that when we are at the end, we have don't have to say "I just wish I would have..."