Too many people go through life one monotonous day after another either muddling through a meaningless routine or scrambling by-the-seat-of-their-pants in pursuit of work, work, work. They’ve become separated, disconnected, unattached from life, from living. You might say they are dead. Dead to what life has to offer; dead to nurturing their closest relationships; dead to creativity; dead to personal pleasures; dead to future goals; even dead to the possibility that they have died. Monotonous muddling or constant laboring will snatch from you the life you were meant to live. Interrupt your comfort zones and bad habits. Do something different. Challenge yourself. Learn something new. Take notice of what (or who) you’ve been overlooking. Live today and postpone death.