“Live your life while you still can.”
Life is a complicated thing to think about. What happens when we pass on? Will it be dark? Unthinkable? Or just empty.
We will never know.
Life is, in fact, beautiful, but not always easy. There are many challenges in life. One important aspect of life is that it just keeps moving on. This means nothing is permanent and everything has its time. It’s just up to us to live it while we still can.
Many people become very sad because of failures. However, these people fail to see the bright side of life. There is a reason for every failure. Therefore, every failure teaches us a valuable lesson. This means every failure builds experience. This experience is what improves us as human beings.
Why do people take their own life? Why do people give up? These are questions some people ask.
We will never understand what goes on in the minds of others. But we should never give up no matter how hard things get.
If you think you are going through a tough time – just keep on going. You may lose someone you love but that doesn’t mean life is over for you. Cry, but don’t let the tears and pain drown you. Fight for your life, for you still have plenty to fight and live for.
There are some who say the word “pain” is synonymous with life. It is pain that makes us stronger. Turn the pain into strength and build your way up.
The uncertainty of death is what makes life so precious. No one knows when our life on earth will come to an end. This probably is the most important reason to live life to the fullest.
One must enjoy the beautiful blessings of life.
People say, “forget the past, live in the present and save the future for tomorrow.” I think that is true.
Live your life however you want. Have fun! Make mistakes and learn from them.
Take risks. Trust, and believe in yourself.
This is the personal opinion of the writer and does not necessarily represent the views of Twentytwo13.
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