Quote Me

I started to like this quote when two of my friends died at a young age. I know for sure that they still want to live and enjoy life, but things happened just like that.

So this quote always reminds me to be thankful every day; for getting old, but still has time to live life to the fullest.

 

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In response to the Daily Prompt: Quote Me

Do you have a favorite quote that you return to again and again? What is it, and why does it move you?

9 Replies to “Quote Me”

  1. If it works don’t fix it……I have no clue why it stuck with me all these years but it did. I do think it means to me to stop trying to “fix” everything and everyone. I just have to sit back and let things “work”.

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  2. This is a wonderful quote. I remember one of the “Happy Birthday” wishes I got on FB from a friend when I turned 30 – to the effect that the only thing worse than turning 30 was, well, not turning 30. Same sentiment – and I never forgot it.

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