What I’d live for & What I’d die for
A man, gun to his head, was asked, "what reason do you have to stay alive."
"Not many" he responded. A Daughter in school, a newborn at home. A wife who will find it difficult to get by without me. A mother I care for and friend's I'm fond of.
That seems like important reasons, yet you said not many.
You didn't ask of their value, but I would consider five to be not many. There may be some that have many more. But if we were to put them on the scale, mine would weigh many more. A person can love all things, but cannot put love in all things. I have but five and my heart is full. I care for a many great other things. Trees, animals, arts, and other things alike. But I would destroy what I care for, for what I love.
It's funny because you asked, what reasons do I have to stay alive. But those are the exact same reasons I'd die for. I'd burn in hell if it meant they could stand on my shoulder's and enjoy heaven.