Life is how we make it. Let us live like
a book, some chapters are sad, some happy, and
some exciting. But we will never know what the
next chapter holds unless we never turn the
page. We will learn that when life gives us a
hundred reasons to break down and cry, we could
show life that we have a million reasons to
smile and be thankful. Through the years, I have
learned to stay strong and continue to believe
that the secret to living well and longer is:
eat moderately, exercise, laugh more and love
Life is the most difficult exam. Many
people fail because they try to copy
others, not realizing that everyone has
a different question paper.
I have also learned that good days give
us happiness, bad days give experience, worst
days give lessons, and the best days give
wonderful memories. We should give meaning to
life, not wait for life to give us meaning.
A good life is when we assume nothing,
do more, smile often, dream big, laugh a lot,
and realize how blessed we are for what we have.
The mathematics of life is not the
multiplication of wealth but the
division of tasks, subtraction of greed
and addition of humility.
Let us learn to
live with gratitude. It turns what we have into
enough and more; and the best way to show and
live with gratitude is to accept everything,
even our problems, with joy, hope and positive
attitude. I have even learned to be grateful for
the bad things in life for they opened my eyes
to the good things that I was not paying
attention or took for granted before.
is too short to stress ourselves with people who
donít even deserve to be an issue in our life.
surrounded by people who judge us day in
and day out. They talk about us when we succeed
and laugh at us when we fail. They can make us
or break us. But the secret is to live a humble
life that pleases God, not people for He will
exalt us in His perfect timing.
By Tim Pedrosa
Rivers never go reverse. So try to live
like a river, forget your past and focus
on your future.
Life is not about being rich, being
popular, being highly educated nor being
perfect. It's about being real, humble,