“Life is short!”
These three words were the unanimous answer of respondents (aged 70 to 100 and above) in a survey, when asked – “What are the most important lessons you have learned over your life?”
“Life is short,” a retired engineer told the researcher. “It passes in a nanosecond.”
A 99-year-old woman said, “I don’t know what happened, but the next thing you know you are 100.”
Well, this research study was forwarded to me recently by a friend, and it led me to write this post on lessons on how to live life.
Being all of 34, I am no expert in doling out any advice on “living” life, so I won’t venture out doing that.
All I want to reiterate is what the elderly in the survey advice as far as living a happy life is concerned.
What’s their advice?