Advice for Living

22 08 2009

Today I want to share with you wise word from a friend of mine, and in his blog he talks about living something many of us forget to do so many times. It is interesting to read that at times we have no control over our situation and we make our life miserable either thinking about the future or the past forgetting our present. Here is the song that inspired his blog entry.

I could identify with what he wrote, I guess we all can at different levels. To be wise is not to know it all, but to know how to deal with the majority of our earthly existence situations and to transcend what should have no power over us. Thank you Bill for those wise words.

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Clary Lopez, author of Simplicity Richness of Life
http://clarylopez.com


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22 08 2009
samnangp

“In order to act wisely it is not enough to be wise ” – Fyodor Dostoyevsky

Even a wise person can act a fool. Wisdom comes of humility and strength to respond to circumstance accordingly. Though we cannot control circumstances, we can attempt to control our responses to them.

Someone once told me: “Live your life as if today were your last day. Plan your life as if you will live 100 years.” The balance of life, to appreciate the here and now without squandering our tomorrows.

If only it were that easy to accomplish!

23 08 2009
Manuel Mendoza

It is said that Wisdom comes with age,but it also comes from Experience too.
Wisdom is life’s twist,curves,an learning in the process.
but few take it by the horns,while other’s are still trying to figure out
‘What to Do’?
Life is Wisdom,in a complex,perplex forms of understandings,& situations
that happen to all Who are Part of Humanity,
whether they participate or not.
And Wisdom is given to others to learn from,an to hopefully do better.
Thnk You mi Amiga Clary for One more Awesome Post!!!!

23 08 2009
Bill Howdle

Hi Clary, i am honored that you would choose to mention one of my posts.
Thank you, my friend
Bill

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