Wisdom from Alex Rogers

If today were my last day on earth, the words I would share wouldn’t necessarily be something that hasn’t been said before, only something simply forgotten, more or less, buried, tucked away, locked inside our hearts.

It’s a message that we have all heard: a creed that we’ve all sworn to at some time in our lives. A burning desire that was placed in us a birth. I’m referring to our purpose and the power that it holds once it is embraced and acted upon.

If today were my last day on earth, my only regret in this life would be that for too long I was afraid. Deep down I knew that I was destined for something, but more often than not I found myself hesitant towards what I knew I was called to do. In my mind it was always some fallacy holding me back. It was always something negligible as the scapegoat.

For some time these irrational binds forged a strong hold in my mind, blinding me from the vision I once had for myself. Things started to get foggy, and I started to find myself drifting aimlessly in life… that is, until I determined that I had enough….Continue reading at InspireMeToday.com.

Alex, the author of I’m Only Human After All, is a young visionary who has touched the lives of many through his reflective and inspirational writing.

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Tim C.
Tim C4 years ago


j A4 years ago

worth contemplating

Robert O.
Robert O4 years ago

Thank you.

Bmr Reddy
Ramu Reddy4 years ago


Brian M.
Past Member 4 years ago

People don't realize the sheer fragility of life. Every day is possibly the very last day that any of us will ever have. It is important to use the time we have to say what we must, do what we must, and to make a difference for those who come later and for this planet.

Care member
Care member4 years ago

Thanks for sharing

Cheryl T.
Past Member 5 years ago

We should always make sure we share the words and do the things we want to before its too late.

Christine C.
Chandra C5 years ago


Marianne Barto
Marianne B5 years ago

very inspiring...thanks

Fiona T.
Fiona T.5 years ago

Very good reading