I wish my body didn't took it seriously...

Wrong decision - Wrong decision and now waiting for things to turn around.
@Ricko82 (585)
Philippines
August 19, 2007 7:47pm CST
When I was young, I kinda made a joke to myself that I would like to die young around 40 years old. I might have told a few friends about it too. Now that I'm nearing that age and loving life, I kinda wish that I didn't made that foolish comment for myself. Funny though because my body kinda took it seriously and now being only 24 years old, I do have ailments that only 70 year old guys have. Have you made a comment to yurself before that now you regret having to have done it?
4 responses
@cdparazo (5768)
• Philippines
23 Aug 07
What are your ailments if I may ask? I don't think that you have anything to do with it. It could be that its genetic. You cannot actually blame yourself on that. It also tells us to live our lives to the fullest. It's people like you who do inspire those who are very healthy to make good use of that health and not squander it.
@slavezero (835)
• Philippines
20 Aug 07
I am petty sure your body didnt take it seriously because right now Im pretty sure that your body feel how much you enjoy life and want to have the longest life possible for you. So I guess there is nothing that you should be worry. Just continue staying happy, and dont worry. Your body is your self... it knows you better. Smile and happy living my friend.
@wisconsin26 (3859)
• United States
20 Aug 07
No I haven't made comments like that nore to myself.. I tend to see when people do things happen.. It's scary actually..
@coffeeshot (3786)
• Australia
20 Aug 07
No I believe in the power of the mind and I think if you believe something, it will happen. I always tell myself that I will always drive carefully and always avoid accidents. I used to always think "one day I'll end up having an accident, its bound to happen one day" etc but I realised that's negative thinking and if i keep believing it then tehre's more of a chance of it happening. So I always try to think positively.