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Random thoughts [Life's teachings]...

Enjoy the moment you are living. Cherish every minute of it. Live in the present. Dreams are good but excess of anything is not. Be awake. Stay alive. Live as if today is the last day of your life, and die as if you have lived for forever.

Listen to your heart. Hear the music. Not that everything you don't understand is not sweet. Excess kills (even if it's sweet). Add salt to your life [but avoid excess].

Trust no one, but have trust in everyone. Remember you are living in someone else's dream.

You are what you think you are. Don't give the remote control of your life to someone else. They might just screw up. Words are dangerous. Use them judiciously. Speak as if you have only few words left.

Just some thought flowing through my mind....
No boundaries... just flowing....after all it is my blog :)


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