Showing posts from February, 2012

Life is takes on a whole new meaning once we acknowledge the simple fact that everything that lives, dies.

By accepting the inevitability of death, we can save the time we spend trying to avoid it and spend that towards living. It's not a call to reckless living but rather a more responsible one. Think about it. Those who waste their time with trivial and destructive pursuits are not at all concerned with death, perhaps even denying it. Those who care less about the world and their brothers and sisters believe that death is for others, perhaps not for them.
Those who only think of themselves sincerely believe that they will live forever.

Experience doesn't count when nothing was learnt

All the experience in the world is useless if we don't learn anything from it. In fact, it is difficult not to learn from experience. It shapes our perspectives and affect out actions. But learning from experience is about looking back and taking a lesson from it. It's not called a moral for nothing.