You get to make many friends and influence a lots of people for the good.
Gaining more experiences and spreading the lessons you have learned in life to more people. These are the advantages of living a long life.
by Jane Ramona Rynkiewicz Frieman 7 years ago
The subject is matter is about cat longevity. Many years ago I have read that the domesticated cat can live up to 32 years. The average cat life span is 18 years.
by Alastar Packer 10 years ago
Would it be better to die relativity young a legend or live a long life of unfulfilled mediocrity?
by Franchescavere 4 years ago
Would you rather live a short rich life or a poor long life?Short life meaning 35 years or less. Poor life meaning, struggling to find something to eat everyday. What is your meaning of life? How do you make the best of it?
by Nelle Hoxie 11 years ago
Prior to last month my idea of promoting Ebay was to stick an Ebay capsule at the end of my Amazon hubs, I made about $10 bucks a month doing that.So my first lesson was you want to make real money from any affiliate program - including Ebay - you have to design a hub to promote the products and...
by cdemp11 9 years ago
What is your #1 tip to living a healthy life?
by PermissionGiver 10 years ago
What have you learned from Dale Carnegie?In business and in life, what is the most important lesson (or lessons) that you have learned from reading Dale Carnegie?
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