Life is like a roller coaster ride with three ways of getting off—riding it to the end, enjoying every bump, twist, curve and terrifying fast pace, getting pushed off or taking the cowardly approach and just “hop off.” You may have no choice on the second approach however, if you ride it until the end you’ll find that through it all—it was worth every minute of it!
I plan to "ride the roller coaster of life" until the very end. Hopefully my life will turn out that way. My life has not always been smooth. On the contrary it had plenty of bumps, twists and curves. My plus points include creativity, otherwise if I did not possess this quality, then I would not be writing on this site.
I'll be riding mine to the end and holding on for dear life...roller coasters scare the sh!t out of me, but I'd rather ride to the end than attempt to jump off while it's moving. That's asking for disaster.
by Daniel J. Neumann 7 years ago
Why is life often compared to a roller coaster?What makes them alike and/or different? Do you agree with the analogy?
by Mark Knowles 6 years ago
If anyone is interested - this is my personal roller coaster traffic-wise for the last year or so.You can see the full size image here:http://markpknowles.com/wp-content/uplo … lytics.jpgApart from editing hubs when the rules were changed and allowing hubs that were subsequently unpublished...
by Jacqueline Williamson BBA MPA MS 3 years ago
Are Roller Coasters becoming insanely dangerous to ride?Personally, I've been both fascinated and terrified of Roller Coasters. This is from my childhood. However, now it seems like they have become more and more death defying. Is this a good thing? Should there be a restriction on their...
by Brian 5 years ago
I was just wondering how many people play the roller coaster tycoon games. I have the original roller coaster tycoon and Tycoon2 and 3. 3 has awesome graphics, but I like 2 better. 3 is good, but it seems the more stuff you build, the slower the game plays, and graphics start fading in and out.I...
by Michael Valencia 5 years ago
What is the best way to "live in the now"?I often hear about this as a means of de-stressing and improving the quality of one's life, but I often find it hard to do. My OCD and Generalized Anxiety Disorder don't help either. If you are able to, what's your secret?
by PhoenixV 5 years ago
Where Are The Tallest And Fastest Roller Coaster Rides?Where Are The Tallest And Fastest Roller Coaster Rides?
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