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.
The fact that you plan to "ride it out" is a plus! I don't think too many people have had a smooth ride thus far. But to fasten your belt and keep going I think is super!
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.
This is so true. However, some people have trouble adjusting to the many inconsistencies of life and well ... choice to leave it.
by Daniel J. Neumann 11 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 Michael Valencia 9 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 ThoughtMonkey 10 years ago
Do we have the right to end our own lives?Please do not read into the question that I have any intention of doing so. Look at it as broadly or narrowly as you wish. Consider if the person is seriously ill or just depressed. Do our lived belong to us and we can choose to end them or is our deaths...
by deb douglas 12 years ago
I have been a horse person for most of my life, and I have noticed that people do not like to admit that they don't know anything about them. I have had people ask me to ride my horse and when I ask them if they know how to ride, and if they have ever been thrown,they always say yes they know...
by Phil Plasma 11 years ago
How old were you when you learned to ride a bike?
by Gous Ahmed 11 years ago
If you pay off credit cards by getting a loan out, aren't you in the same position still?Maybe a loan won't have interest increase like credit cards, but what is the best way to get out of this situation for good?
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