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Enjoy ever moment of ever day than you can. Do not put off enjoying life for tomorrow for tomorrow may never come. Do not work and stress yourself to death with the thought that some day you will enjoy the fruits of your labor. Do not put off enjoying life for when you retire because you never know what lies ahead. While you still have health and strength find time to enjoy this gift of life because in a fleeting moment it can be gone.

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  1. I agree with this Marva live each day like it is your last day. It makes the day seem so much more.

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  2. Blackhorn33 says:

    Ms Seaton I loved “Enjoy Every Moment Of Everyday”, and was going to comment because I have a conversation quiet often along this line because of what I have written on most of my profiles: “I live my life as it is given…. one breath at a time.” And although I see it all the time, I can never remember being at a funeral and crying, or even being sad that I had failed to tell someone something like I’M SORRY, or I LOVE YOU, while they lived Possibly because of the life Frank and I had growing up.
    OK MS Seaton, , I had to say the above, and will rewrite it, but you have a mistake in the 4th sentence “Do do put off enjoying life….” , please destroy this comment, then I will comment again. PLEASE????
    Robert

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  3. jannatwrites says:

    This is so true… we need to find the balance between planning for our future and wasting the present.

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  4. ambikakhanna says:

    This is the truest advice anybody can ever get. Better late than never!

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