Completion conversations free us up to be complete with people and relationships in our lives. Leave nothing unsaid. I remember when my father died how I had no regrets. The last thing that he said was that I Love you. As saddened as I was to lose my father (he passed 4 years ago on fathers day), I knew he Loved me and he knew I Loved him. I took 100% responsibility for our relationship and acknowledged what a great Dad he was. As a result, I am free of anything from my past with him that is other than Love. I am about to have another completion conversation with my mother. I had one 2 1/2 years ago when I had completed the advanced course with Landmark and moved back from Portland, OR. That hour conversation was priceless and freed me up from all I had been withholding from her over the years. No blame, full responsibility, with grace, integrity, and generosity. I am blessed with another opportunity for a completion conversation with my mom this weekend as she is 87 yo. and is having psychotic episodes in VA with my sisters family. Whatever happens, nothing will go unsaid about what a wonderful mother she is and relating to her world and how difficult it must have been for her when we were growing up. My request of all of you is to leave nothing unsaid about Love, acknowledgment, and gratitude. Life is tenuous, it’s here and then gone. Leave no stone unturned and radiate Love and joy in your completion conversations. And don’t wait until they are dying. Most people check out unexpectedly. Have no regrets or what ifs. Take 100% responsibility. Live in the now. That’s all we ever have. I Love you all!