Please forgive me.
I forgive you.
I love you.
Four simple statements — eleven words in all — that can bring immense relief and healing power to those facing death and struggle, They are: Please forgive me. I forgive you. Thank you. I love you. He notes: "These four short sentences carry the core of wisdom of what people who are dying or struggling have taught me about what matters most in life."
Life itself is inherently meaningless, it is a void, nothing but a prescribed set of daily bodily functions that happen because of biological functioning. The meaning that we get out of life is the meaning that we ascribe to it, the story that we write, the brush that we stroke along the blank canvas, the legacy that we leave behind, the choices we made and the choices that we weren't brave enough to take.
Remember This Well
The Lark Burying Her Father THE LARK (according to an ancient legend) was created before the earth itself, and when her father died, as there was no earth, she could find no place of burial for him. She let him lie uninterred for five days, and on the sixth day, not knowing what else to do, she buried him in her own head. Hence she obtained her crest, which is popularly said to be her father's grave-hillock.
Youth's first duty is reverence to parents.
Cory Ian Shafer