Three things people think about when they know they are about to die

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Matt is a veteran emergency medical technician from Long Island, New York. In this brief talk he talks about the three patterns that he has observed on people who are about to die:

– People want to be forgiven. “I regret not spending more time with my kids”.

– People want to be remembered.

– People want to know their lives had meaning, they want to know they didn’t waste them. This ties in with Viktor Frankl’s Man’s Search for Meaning.

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