This is going to sound so...I don't know...corny? But when I saw the faces of those looking for their loved ones post 9/11 in Manhattan, it made me appreciate every single person I ever loved.
A husband with stage 4 cancer, holding hands with his devoted wife! Relationships with loved ones matter!
Genocide and innocent people dying everyday. It makes me happy I have a life at all.
Drank moonshine (and lived!)
Host a Cochon De Liat
Road a zipline through the jungle
Saw the Tetons
Drank a Vieux Carre & a Goody at The Carousel Bar
Experienced India during Holi
Road the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway
Won a .22 Silhouette Target Competition
Shot a perfect 100 at a Clay Tournament
Explored Machu Picchu
Ran from a pack of Coyotes
Death of a parent... brings all sorts of perspective... this ride is short. Take it in and do good. Don't hesitate...
my children been born , healthy and happy , just those smiles on there faces
any type of natural disaster, i am so grateful!
my job. i see probably the most stressful things a family can experience. I'm grateful to help them....grateful it's not me.
I had a near death experience and it was shown to me that we are the creator experiencing creation. We are all one at our essence. Life is so beautiful, now because I know in every experience we create a new facet of the creator.
Wishing inner peace, happiness and love!
I saw a man just got beaten and stomped down and he was a innocent by stander, could had been me.
Friends and/or relatives died at younger age (for any reason), natural disasters around.
first thing that popped into my mind were some "miraculous" events --