0067: Everybody dies III & II

My Aunt Lilian was the only person who ever really loved me.
My parents didn't.
My husband certainly didn't.
And now she's dead.

Her husband died, then her daughter died too...in this car crash on
her 17th bday.
But Aunt Lilian just went on.
She raised Welsh corgis andshe took up watercolors...and she loved me.
And now she's dead.

I've never felt this alone in the world.
And I'm used to feeling alone.
I know what that's like. And...now I find out that there's
this...whole new level.

Why do people have to die?

......To make life important.

None of us know how long we've got.
Which is why we have to make each day matter.
As it sounds like your Aunt Lilian did exactly that.

Yes, She did.

Then you can be happy for her.
For a life well-lieved.
That's the most any of us can hope for.

- from Six feet under Season one, Episode 13
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少數的人知道生命的意義,
但多數的人不太明白為何而活。
別怕,我也和你一樣是多數的那一個。

來,我們握個手。

雖然我不知道生命的意義,不過我只得說,別讓未來的你為現在的自已後悔。
可不是要你現在就綁起頭巾來挑燈夜戰,熬夜加班到命剩半條。
只要在作每個決定之前,多想兩秒種,你應該不會自殺,以後也無需後悔。

癌末教授Randy Pausch的最後一場演說,怎能是最後一場?
http://mr6.cc/?p=1087

也許我們都沒有那麼偉大,也或者,反正自已的人生可以由自已來定義。
天天醉生夢死也是一種人生,只要你不後悔,又有誰人能judge你呢?