I realised recently that the line “all I want is for you to be happy” it’s a default one. It’s a line that we use because it’s what we think we’re “supposed” to say. It’s a line we use when we don’t have a better one. It’s a line we fall back on when we don’t have the time or energy to deal with the issue that someone has brought to us for comment.
Many of us will have said and/or heard someone say “if I die today, I will die happy.” Same goes for the line “I don’t want anyone to wear black to my funeral.” Some of us tell loved ones the kind of music we want to be played at our funeral. Some of us talk seriously about the distribution of our possessions via a will while others do so lightheartedly (“I’ll leave you all my debt!” is one I’ve used myself).
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