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Thursday, April 11, 2013

Everybody who lives dies. But not everybody who dies has lived.

There will always be another reason to put off living and enjoying your life in the present – no money, a big project, etc. 
This list could go on and on. 

You must live while you are living. 

You can still take care of all the menial things that we all have in our lives, while at the same time, living your life to the fullest. 

Living is living. 

You don’t have to compartmentalize your life. 
It is okay to enjoy your life and take time to smell the roses, even while you are struggling to make your way in this world.

Shinso stated, “No matter what road I travel, I am going home.” 

Don’t take everything so seriously that it subtracts from your enjoyment of living your life. 

Although you can’t control the sands of time, you do control how you live your life while those grains of sand are flowing through the hour glass. 

Accepting the fact that the days of your life are numbered shouldn’t take away from your excitement or enjoyment of life; this is not why the warrior meditates on his death.

Meditating on death is merely a way to keep you focused on living life to the fullest. 

If you think about the fact that you do not have all the time in the world and that you are getting older every day, you will be more motivated to live your life now, instead of putting off living until later. 

If there are things that you want to do during your lifetime, do them now. 

Don’t put off living until sometime in the future.


Whoa whoa whoa life is good!