Life is an incredibly short thing that we all must cherish because we never know when it might end, we should all be making the most of our lives and keep ourselves happy. This is a simple thing to say but we all must realise that life can’t always be one big party, so here are three things you absolutely must do in this lifetime.
Travel. Travel. Travel.
Travel is one of the most enriching experiences that one can do in their lifetime, this is so important for rest and relaxation, as well as having a culturally enriching or just plain fun experience. Travel is one of the best ways to meet different people, bond and share experiences that you can’t replicate by just living at home your whole life. Whether this is hiking around the remote parts of Northern Finland or consider going on a world cruise, and going on it, it doesn’t matter, travel somewhere that you want to go!
Make a pilgrimage
A pilgrimage generally has religious connotations, for example Muslims are expected to make a pilgrimage to Mecca at least once in their lifetime if they have the means to do so. This is a thing of significant belief and desire for Islamic people and forms an important part of their lives, you should make a pilgrimage of your own. This does not need to be religious in nature, but obviously it can be, you should do something or go somewhere that you want above all else. This could be anything from visiting ancient ruins such as Machu Picchu or going to the town in a foreign country where your parents were born and raised.
Eat a meal good enough to be your last
Having a meal that you have always dreamed of is one thing you must do in this lifetime. Have a think about something that you have always wanted to eat, but thought never had the occasion to have. Make it memorable and do it with friends and/or family, so that you can share the experience and reflect on it with these people.
Make the meal as cheap or as expensive as you like just make sure you enjoy it as much as possible and don’t do it for any particular reason, just do it because you want to make the most of what you have while you have it.