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Do You Have a Bucket List?


Do you have a bucket list?

For those of you who may not know, a bucket list is a list of things you want to do or experience before you "kick the bucket," or die.  Here are some suggestions for your bucket list.  Some of these I have already done, others I am hoping to do some day.

Books
1. Read the entire Bible
2. Read Pilgrim's Progress by John Bunyan
3. Read Mere Christianity and The Screwtape letters by C. S. Lewis
4. Read a Biography on Martin Luther (prefably Roland Bainton IMHO)
5. Read The Lord of the Rings and the Chronicles of Narnia

Places
1. Visit a foreign country
2. Visit the Grand Canyon
3. Visit Alaska and Hawaii
4. Visit New York City
5. Live in at least 3 States

Transportation
1. Fly in a helicopter
2. Go on an overnight cruise
3. Ride a horse
4. Ride a motorcycle
5. Ride in an old fashioned train (and eat dinner)

Education
1. Learn an ancient language (Latin, Hebrew, Greek)
2. Learn a spoken foreign language (Spanish, German, Italian)
3. Memorize a meaningful Poem
4. Learn how to cook at least one incredible meal
5. Learn how to ballroom dance, or learn a martial art

Misc.
1. Speak at the funeral of a friend or family member
2. Go on a short-term missions trip
3. Serve on a jury for jury duty
4. Generously help a stranger out
5. Throw an amazing surprise party for your spouse, best friend

That's just a few suggestions.  What are some things you would add to your Bucket List?

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