We've all heard the advice on living as if we were to die tomorrow, and it never made any sense to me.
If this was my last day, I would never do anything useful, and spend the time with my wife, kids, family, and closest friends.
This quote, on the other hand, hit home. It's not fear of death you should be worried about, it's "living" while you're dead on the inside.
So instead of asking yourself what you would do if you were to die tomorrow, ask "What do I need to do to start living?"
Is it the job, country, hobby, or friends that need to change?
Are they worth it?