So, trust your instincts and laugh the moments, cry the pain, but just don't worry your whole life about something which wasn't in your hands to be sorted. Life is too short and there is so much to see, so much to feel and a lot more to experience.
Don't dwell in your past and keep sulking about something which is over, rather live in the moment and enjoy every second of it. Laugh a little more, cry a little less, breath a little deeper and love with your whole heart because you never know what future holds for you. It could either be your last breath or it could be your last meeting with your loved ones.
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Every passing second is a second lost, and it decides our impact on the world. One second of happiness lasts for a lifetime! There are so many potential pathways and so many roads just begging to be travelled. Usually, we burden our shoulders with countless worries and useless obstacles. But life is too short for that. Follow your dreams, live with no regrets, make each second of your life count.
Smile while you still have teeth, look around and you’ll find happiness surrounding you, embrace it.Don’t bother about what’s not right rather think of something that can make it better! Life never gives you a second chance so grab hold of every second and live your life like there is no tomorrow! Wake up with a broad smile on your face, not with the broken memories of yesterday. We are blessed with a beautiful gift of Life, don’t waste it by being unhappy instead live your life in such a way that you don’t leave a scope for any regrets later on. Do all the foolish and insensible things you want to, let the child inside you come out and do its mischievous miracles. Giggle with your heart and live all your dreams! It’s your life, live it your way and follow your dreams and keep your head held high, with a brisk smile on your face and the world will smile along with you.
Life is Short,
Time is Fast,
So, enjoy every moment as it comes
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Written by Navya Vijay
A crazy dreamer bibliophile, budding writer!