Life is full of uncertainties..

Philippines
October 5, 2010 4:35am CST
We'll never know when our time on earth is up till it's over, so... -Take many Pictures.. -Laugh much.. -have a long walk with someone.. -take time to look at the stars -Eat like's there no tomorrow :) -Sing Loudly -feel the cold wind -Smile With MyLoT Friends -And love like you've never been hurt before. Cause every 60 seconds you spends.. "it's a minute of happiness you'll never get back"
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@AmbiePam (48176)
• United States
5 Oct 10
Good words!
• Philippines
5 Oct 10
Thanks!
@kquiming (2999)
• Philippines
5 Oct 10
this post reminds me of the movie meet joe black... yes true enough we can't predict for sure when our life here on earth is going to end so we must always be prepared. that's the only thing we can really do. every minute we spend , we can never again take back... so as much as possible as much as i can, i live my life to the fullest so i will have no regrets , of the things i could've done but did not do. i have passion for life, even though i get depressed sometimes (well, mildly depressed, which i think is normal, especially for women who are experiencing PMS) --- i make sure that after feeling upset for some time, i should be able to get back on my feet again, and do the things i love, which make life worth living...and it makes me happy .
• Philippines
5 Oct 10
hi kquiming thanks and happy living to you and your family
• Philippines
5 Oct 10
Great but we shouldn't just live in the now 'coz we have tomorrow...
• Philippines
5 Oct 10
your right so every seconds of it enjoy and live well with happiness
@creationhub (3070)
• Malaysia
5 Oct 10
True, life is full of uncertainties. However, we can make things better for ourselves. Plan our life activities, finances, etc. Especially money as everything has to do with money. If we are lack of money, life will be more miserable.
• Philippines
5 Oct 10
To live in the world without becoming aware of the meaning of world is like wandering in a great library without touching the books. (contributed by Bro. Emil Andrew dela Rosa