Life Is Too Short - Just Have Fun

Many people forget to live in the present and are always living in the future that may never come to pass. This is something I have become more mindful of not doing.

Life Is Too Short - Just Have Fun

Hey readers 👋

The unfortunate news of Kobe Bryan’s passing precisely 2 weeks ago, at the young age of 41, along with his friends and daughter is a stark reminder of the fragility of life.

Excusing the morbidness of the paragraph above, the point I am trying to make is that life is far too short to be spent on things we’re not enjoying - things that don’t make us happy.

Realising life is too short to be spent being miserable helps us avoid getting ourselves invested in trivialities; which, on the grand scheme of things, really do not matter.

Instead, our time and energy should be channelled towards things that truly matter to us, filling us with heaps of fun and happiness along the way.

Life is whatever we make of it. It can be beautiful, fun and enjoyable if that’s what you choose. It can also be stressful, sad and filled with suffering if we choose - and yes, it is a choice.

The choice is ours.

Have an awesome week 🤩

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This Week's Wisdom

“Life itself is a form of suffering. The rich suffer because of their riches. The poor suffer because of their poverty. People without a family suffer because they have no family. People with a family suffer because of their family. People who pursue worldly pleasures suffer because of their worldly pleasures. People who abstain from worldly pleasures suffer because of their abstention.”

- Mark Manson, in the book: The Subtle Art of Not Giving A F*ck

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