A preacher ask his congregation one Sunday morning. "Who wants to go to heaven?" All eagerly raised their hands. Some has even raised both of their hands in the air. After a while the preacher then said, "Okay then very well. Now let me ask you. Who wants to go to heaven now?" And just as fast, everyone's hand dropped leaving a few uncertain ones, trying to decide, with their hands still raised but a little lower. Why are we so afraid to die? Why is it that we don't want our lives to end just yet? Even with the promise of paradise, very few of us would want to go to other side now. Is it because we don't believe that there is heaven; paradise that is promised to us by God? Is it because we have so many important things to do that we can't go just yet? Is it because we have not done what we are supposed to do? If I ask you now: would you like to go to heave NOW? (If you type answer YES, expect a call later tonight. JOKE! LOL! Even I don't want to go just yet. For one reason or another, I don't think many of us would want to.) Isn't it funny to think about? But what is funnier to think about is that: Though most of us don't want to go just yet, most of us don't want to live just yet either. It's true! Most of us do not look for their passion. Still some who has found their passion, ignores it for 'the more important matters'. Life as it is, is the one gift that we have. And it passes every time we let chances pass by. We shouldn't waste it with just 'the important matters'. Because life is not made up of important matters. It is a collection of all the things that you might not know is important. Smile. Laugh a little. Find your passion. And when the time comes that it is really the time to go, you can go while really living.