Micahael Wade posted this the other day; and, since I have been thinking about death lately, I wanted to share it. Prufrock wondered whether he should "dare to eat a peach". When death is imminent, we wonder about opportunities lost. I don't bring this stuff up to be maudlin. Live each day. Grab opportunities. Be fearless in taking calculated risks. Don't have regrets on your deathbed. Thoreau wrote: "Most men live lives of quiet desperation, and go to the grave with their song still in them". Make today the day you sing your song.