Sunday, June 12, 2011

一日一生 (One-Day Life)




几天前收到友人一封电邮,提到一日一生的观念。这概念说到没人能知晓自己能活到几岁,因此建议把每一天都当成一生来生活,每一天都要学习新事物,每一天也要服务社会做些有意义的事,每一天也留点时间享乐。 这样,就算明天就走也不会有太大遗憾。

Life is a miracle, yet it is so ordinary and fragile.

Life is just like a set of bolt and nut. The lifespan of a pair of bolt and may be a few weeks, a few months or a few years depending on the environment. Likewise, our life expectancy may be seventy, eighty or ninety years depending on our lifestyle and other factors.

I read an article a few days ago, in the article the writer suggests that we should live each day as though we only have a days’ life. Hence every day we should spend some time acquiring new knowledge, spend some time contributing to the society and also set aside some time for things that we love to do.

This concept of living our life seems to make sense, let’s share it with our friends…

Life's Sayings

In three words I can sum up everything I've learned about life, it goes on. (Robert Frost)

We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give. (Winston Churchill)


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