What are some lessons for life?
I posted: “Quick: What is a good life lesson? All answers accepted” on my facebook yesterday.
I received the following responses:
Faceobok can never teach us anything. – Brandon S.
When ya’ don’t live the same day twice, make tomorrow better than today. Stacy R.
Eveyone will let you down because we’re human. You just have to find the ones worth suffering for. – Heather P.
If you don’t know what to do, that means you’re not ready to do anything yet. Tara W.
Don’t scratch your butt and smell
Don’t pick your nose while you’re driving because someone always sees you.
You are not in control. Be flexible. Do not have expectations of how things should be and accept how things are. – Megan B.
Always expected the unexpected to happen so you’re always prepared for the best and the worst and not in shock when things happen. – Samantha
Let go and let God – see if His decisions aren’t better than yours. – Ellen C.
Make the best of your present as you will look back to them in fondness – Evelyn D.
You’re only in the world once. Laugh often. – Alicia M.
Smile – it’s contagious. Carmen B.
It always happens to somebody else until you are that somebody else. Don’t be quick to judge, you’re not that person and you don’t know their circumstances. – Sara S.
Never take life seriously. No one gets out alive anyways. – Heather M.
Treat others the way you would like to be treated yourself because karama is a “B.” – Jessica H.
The life I touch for good or ill will touch another life, and that in turn another, until who knows where the trembling stops or in what far place my touch will be felt. – Paula B.
Learning forgiveness is a valuable life lesson. – Jackie J.
Remember that everybody can have a bad day or make a bad choice, but that does not mean they’re not worthy of your friendship. Treat people with kindness no matter what, not matter if it is a person on the street or the President of the United States.
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