1). Have you ever wondered what you would do if you had a million dollars? I think we all have considered that question at one point in time. In my experience no one ever answers that question the same way.. though there are some similarities. I'm here to ask you the OTHER question. I think we've all answered it at one time or other as well. It's almost as popular as question #1. 2). What would you do if you knew you had 24 hours to live? The thing I find facinating about the second question is people make a list of "things they want to accomplish, experience or have before death. It has occured to me just how reversed that list is for people planning their death. I am suicidal. It seems to vary from "some day I will" to "Ok, this is it!". But in all my suicidal plans I never planned the "living" portion. What I mean is, when you ask most people question #2 they tell you all their "living" plans. Things they want to do with their life, etc. I've planned my last will & testament, planned my funeral, planned my death but I haven't planned my life and that struck me as odd. The more I thought about it, the more important the question seemed. So, what would you do?