Yes life is too short for sure. That is way everyone one of us here on earth should make the very best of each day we have here and to live positive and happy. Make each day count !!
Yes, you are correct.
But we can make it longer by good deeds, so we will stay alive in others' hearts & minds.
No. I don't agree. Find your purpose and pursue it. Chances are you'll live long enough to fulfill it. After that, life becomes miserable for you and those around you. Do what you were designed to do and get outta here.
When you start finding the right things going your way life may seem a dream journey too small to enjoy eternally but when the things get worse you find it too long time too survive
I guess it depends on how long you live. The sad truth is that the vast majority of people waste most of the time they have, then scramble to try to make up for it all when they're faced with their own mortality. Personally, I'm 25 -- life has seemed pretty short so far, and the time my husband has left on earth (he's 52) seems like not nearly enough for me. That said, my husband's grandfather lived to 106 -- by the time he died, he'd buried nine of his children and a number of his grandchildren, all of his lifelong friends were dead, and he felt like he'd just plain lived too long.
by Krystal 7 years ago
Do you think a hub can be too long?
by kmackey32 9 years ago
Whats the average word count on your hubs?
by raymond stratton 8 years ago
can nobody advise me if cutting my lawn too short in the fall will result in a dead lawn come...spring/summer?
by ngureco 10 years ago
How Short Can A Woman Be To Be Too Short For A Man?Perhaps a height of 3 feet 6 inches may just be ideal for many guys out there?
by Mark Shulkosky 8 years ago
How long of a Hub is too long?Hubbers are encouraged to write quality Hubs that are not too short. Can a Hub be too long? How long is too long? I think anything under 500 words would be too short. 800-1500 would be good. Sometimes I get a little chatty and hit 2,000...
by ryankett 18 months ago
I would say, when the doctor tells you that your heart is too frail for the Viagra!
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