What if one’s tomorrow never comes? Just ponder.
Ten years ago, on 19 December 1997, 104 lives were tragically lost when SilkAir flight MI185 crashed into the waters of the Musi River in Palembang, Indonesia. Most of those who perished had probably never contemplated such an untimely end to their lives. Their “tomorrows” never came. This disaster together with the author’s heartrending encounters with bereaved individuals and families have raised many questions about life.
In If Tomorrow Never Comes, leading counsellor Anthony Yeo urges readers to contemplate deep on the meaning of life:
- What do we value in life and how should we live?
- Is life only about material well-being and economic advancement?
- Do we continue to live as if there will always be a tomorrow?
- Or do we make the most of each day because we don’t know if tomorrow will come?
- What should one’s priorities – the things that really matter in life?
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198 by 129mm