To face the problem .............................................................
You are the main reason for your suffering and happiness and live the life as it is,don't expect it be in someway...
Patience is the name of the game when I want to accomplish a milestone in my life.
In your twenties, your life seems to span out for years ahead of you.
I am now in my mid-40's and life definately seems too short.
I feel I have ony just got into the swing of it and there doesn't seem to be enough time left now.
Maybe thats the point, you spend your teens, twenties and thirties learning and then you hit mid-life and you suddenly are faced with your own imortality and are forced to make choices.
Both my parents died over a year ago due to ill health. They were both only 63, so I am aware not everyone is lucky to make it into their 80's.
So I would say make the most of everyday as you don't know how long you have got.
you are the one who is reponsible for your life. not any god or devil . believe in yourself and the rest will follow.
That 'yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, and today is a gift, thats why its called a 'present''...
Thats cheating but I got that from 'Kung fu Panda' but I love it!
I learnt to learn from any source however trivial, obscure and undeserving it may sound to others.
Thats the lesson I've learnt!
If there were one sentence in life that sums up lessons learned the hard way, it would be “I told you so "
I've learned that no matter how good a friend is, they're going to hurt you every once in a while and you must forgive them for that.
You can’t always be THE best, but you can always be YOUR best.
Iv learned never to judge a person because a person is much more than just words alone. You can read the expression on someone’s face, sense their body language, or hear the tone in their voice – these things are all part of the unspoken language. Live and let live.
We cannot control what happens in life. We can only control ourselves, and how we react to the things that happen to us. If we can remember this all of our lives, we will have less stress and more happiness.
That life is short. To appreciate each day you have and not to take the ones you love for granted. In a matter of minutes, your whole life can change.
Tell those that matter how much they mean to you and Leave a legacy for others to remember you by.
Life has taught me that no matter who you are, you can get sick. If you are a good person it doen't mean that you will never have an illness. I think Im pretty good or ok and I still will die from my illness at any time. Maybe now or five years from now. Life is precious. And death doesn't care who you are or who you want to live for.
Trust. Never trust any one except yourself in life, this is the main and only thing which life taught me.
That because life is short it's important to be true to ourselves and to those we love. We must be willing to take risks, seize opportunities, learn from failures and mistakes, and treasure the time we have on earth.
Do your best..Find other possibilities..to make the journey of life worth..
That there are people out there that will use you if you let them.
Everyone is out for their own gain. There are not many good people in the world anymore, everyone wants to use you.
The best lesson that life has taught me is to never underestimate anyone. Don't believe that they will never say or do some crazy things to hurt, humiliate, or disrespect. The same on the good side of things. People can do some beautiful, wonderful things that can take you by surprise. Never say Never!
LIfe's biggest lesson for me was to learning that I needed to be more cautious and observant!
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