What Bobbi Kristina’s Death Reminds Me About Life…

Bobbi Kristina Brown, daughter of the late singer Whitney Houston, poses at the premiere of "Sparkle" in Hollywood, California, in this file photo taken August 16, 2012. Brown, daughter of late pop star Whitney Houston and of Bobby Brown, was rushed to the hospital after she was found unresponsive in the bathtub of her home in Roswell, Georgia, CNN reported on Saturday, citing police.   REUTERS/Fred Prouser/Files   (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)

Yesterday, Bobbi Kristina (daughter of Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown) finally died, aged 22—-and today, I want you to look at life from a different perspective with this in mind.

The rich will die, the poor will die, those we love will die and those we loathe will also die—life is a big disappointment but hidden in this big mess is one thing; ability to forgive, reform, give people as many chances as possible and help them become better persons.

All the ego, sense of political correctness, desire to make a point, not bending our own principles even if doing so will give another a second or fifth chance at doing what is right may make us feel instantly gratified or better today—but the question is; is it really worth it?

At the end of it all, everyone will go down the ground and the sole thing we will take with us is memories.

For this reason, I make creating experiences—even if sometimes it’s messed up ones my priority in life.  Life is one hell of a thorny journey and though the day is unknown to us, it will eventually come when we will also die.

So now that you are alive and have the chance to make people smile, make them better and offer them the underserving ‘another’ chance at whatever they’ve brutally failed, do it—I know for sure Bobbi Kristina would have wanted another chance to make things right. Read more