What if the person you’re “beefing” with, in a fight with, or holding a grudge against died tonight?
How would you feel knowing that your last interaction with them was defined more by the need to be right than by the willingness to say “I love you, I appreciate you, I need you”?
Two of my best friends died before they turned 30. In both cases, I wished my last interactions with them were different from what they actually were.
“We have time”, “I’ll get it right”, “I’ll call them soon.” The Cosmic Clock has no respect for those statements. Death does not seek the permission of our well-meaning intentions.
Your opportunity to make it right is now. Your opportunity to say “I love you” is now.
Everything else is a gamble.