Today I stood at the end of my eldest son Ronin's bed in the intensive care ward of the Geelong hospital. This morning he was stabbed twice through the heart, by someone he knew well, someone he was trying to care for - and at present, his chances of survival are slim. He is in a coma right now - and tomorrow we should know more about whether he will come out of it or not. I found myself looking at his feet, still blood-stained from the tragic incident ... and thoughts bubbled up about the myriad paths we all walk through this dance we call life. Live's and destinies can change in the blink of an eye - all the more reason we should, each and every one of us, speak our hearts whenever we have the opportunity to do so. Don't hold back my friends - all we have is today - and even that is uncertain.