A book which invites one to live an introspective life, and to be present in the here and now. The saying, "The trouble is that you think you have time" has stuck with me for some time now. It's not so much about procrastinating, but deferring dealing with the big issues that matter in life. Caught up in everyday happenings, we set an 'after (something) is completed / accomplished, then I'll deal with it' mark, which invariably gets moved forward as we continue to meet deadlines and other milestones in secular living. This book addresses the impermanence of earthly existence and how best to deal with them, so our mental, emotional and spiritual house is in order when the time comes to cross over.