Dying, to Live Your Life
Meet LisabethDeath happens. When facing death, why do we regret everything that we did not do? Why not do it all, and live your BEST life, in this moment. Join me on a journey of living life now, in every day moments, instead of waiting for the end. Today’s moments are only the beginning.
27 Miles: The Tank’s Journey Home
Death is our common end. Death can arrive when we least expect it—through injury, illness, and unexpected life events that bring death close to us, and we never feel like we are prepared Sometimes we skirt death and find ourselves renewed in life. We want to pursue new adventures, pathways and are energized to explore the best life has to offer. But why does it take facing death for us to live our best life? How do we embrace the greatness of our world without having to first face trauma and fear? Follow along in the journey of Lisabeth as she navigates through a second devastating life trauma, and how she realized that we can all focus on our time living, instead of worrying that we have not lived or done enough in the time that we have been given.
On January 2, 2012, Officer Frank Mackall was responding to a call for assistance from one of his partners. On the way to that call, Officer Mackall hit a patch of black ice, and crashed his squad car into a tree. After being airlifted to the hospital, his family was notified of his accident. The story of Officer Mackall’s 84 days at the hospital, and the emotional trials that his family endured, are documented in this journal based story. Each day is a walk through his wife’s emotions and fears, and the journey through Officer Mackall’s recover process. The family support from the law enforcement community, and the ongoing support from his Caring Bridge website, gave the Mackall family the strength to move forward each day, and to eventually, bring Officer Mackall home.
Dying To Live Your Life was born from the fear of death. From not living life to the fullest when there was time, and then facing a moment when time may have run out. Every day we can be present, we can find joy, love and happiness, even when life may be scary and uncertain. Take the time to be part of your life, because each day is a gift
Live Your Own Best Life
I choose to connect with people, products and ideas that help me to live out loud. Each one has touched my life for the better, and helped me to focus on living with purpose.