i know someone who is doing exactly this with their dying brother. The 'meaningful memories' they hoped for to try and make the most of their last weeks together mostly involve sitting round and crying. Then they remember some funny past moment. Then they start crying again when they realise there will be no more such memories. Its a total dirge. It's really sad.
I can't really think of anything I'd do differently. Right now everything I've got is going into this business. Living off of 30% of my income, working long days with no days off, whatever it takes. I'm in the process of my bamboo year and there is nothing I want more than what I'm doing right now.
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I forgot not everyone knows that terminology. Basically what it means is that I've been waiting a long time to get to where I am right now and things are finally starting to happen. See the article below for a more in-depth description: