100 things to do before you die?

you dont have to write 100 write as much as you want :)

3 Answers

  • 9 years ago
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    Since this is in the Religion and Spirituality section. Confirm your belief to the best of your ability, would have to be #1. Rather your Christian, Catholic, Jew, Muslim or Atheist; it would be a pretty good idea to feel you are as close to 100% certain that your belief is correct before that time comes.

    #2-#99 is personal preference, her is my partial list....

    Travel the world – as many different countries as you can, Get Married, Have Children, Speak In Public about something you are passionate about, Make a great discovery, Spend the day with someone who went to war, Learn a new Language, Plant a Tree – Cut one Down, Tell someone you love them, Make Love Outside, Make someone laugh, Make someone pee by laughing too hard, Ride in a hot air balloon, Ride in a fighter jet, Find yourself in the middle of the ocean, sit on a secluded beach by yourself, Read a book to a child, Walk in the woods during autumn, Climb a Mountain, Play golf on an expensive course with a caddie, Eat at a high price restaurant, Help a complete stranger for no reason at all, …… my list would go on and on.

  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    100 things to do...

    The first 50 would be to travel to each state in the US:

    Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Alabama, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, Idaho, Iowa, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia and West Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin and Wyoming.

    Go to all your favorite restrauants.

    Attend your favorite concerts.

    Go to your favorite sports events

    Read your favorite books (including religious ones like the bible)

    Write to old friends, classmates, service members overseas.

    Plan a party for a friend or relative or even yourself and give them something to remember you by.

    Go to your favorite amazement park like Disney World, SeaWorld or 6 Flags.

    Enter contests, or be a part of a play.

    If your not dieing right away, go to college, get a career or two, own a business.

    Do some charity work.

  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    I am taking a serious approach to this because this is something that someone may be facing if they have been told they don't have long to live especially older adults.

    Ask the Lord into your heart if you have not done so.

    Make amends with the Lord by confessing all your sins and asking for forgiveness.

    Make amends with others that you may have hurt and ask for forgiveness.

    Forgive those who may have hurt you as well.

    Pray for comfort if you are injured or terminally ill.

    Pray for your family that will be left behind.

    Make a will.

    Make funeral plans with someone who will be arranging it including what you want to wear and if your a veteran if you want an honor guard etc at your funeral.

    Get your finances in order.

    Get involved with community service and give a testimony if you have one.

    If you are able, visit people and places that you had always wanted to do.

    Get rid of things and papers you don't need or want others to see. (save someone else from going through it all)

    Give extra attention to loved ones especially your spouse and children. Don't forget your pet if you have one. They will miss you too.

    Take pictures or make videos of you and the family and friends for them to have as remembrance.

    Study the Word of God, for example read the Book of Psalms for encouragement.

    Study about Jesus and his apostles and the great men and women of faith mentioned in the book of Hebrews, Chapter 11.

    Go to favorite restaurants or shop for your favorite foods.

    Write a book if you have enough time left to spend on it.

    These will keep anyone busy, don't think I could come up with 100 though.

    You could also post this in "polls and surveys" if you don't want answers this serious.

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