You can tick off everything on your bucket list. So what? It’s not going to make any difference to the sense of meaning you enjoy on your deathbed.
The Anti-Bucket List
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Although I agree that a well-lived life is a function of what you give, create, etc., I feel that’s still important to include experiences. Taking your children to a baseball game, climbing Mt. Everest, sleeping under the stars at Yosemite, retiring your parents, for example. It’s special, even small moments in life that you’ll look back on when you’re old—in addition to giving your gift to the world.

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