Look at the tree, the leaves fall any moment. It's similar to our life! Life will disappear any moment  too… Live at now!

Look at the tree, the leaves fall any moment. It’s similar to our life! Life will disappear any moment too… Live at now! Pursuit your dream!

Have you ever think how long do you want to live?

Some might say, another 50 years, 40 years, 30 years, 20 years, 10 years..……

No matter what is your answer, the truth is “our life is just in between of Breathing.”

We can’t live without breathing.

How long can you hold your breath?

All that separate us from our next life is “breath”.

However, many of us might totally neglect the important of breathing.

We might also avoid the topic of death.

Whenever we read the condolence news, accident, murder, funeral in newspaper, we might feel so sorry and compassion.

We always associate the death with others, we never associate the death with ourselves.

Some of us, might even think that we can live so long, what’s to worry?

“I can’t be dead soon…”

Is it truth?

Some even think that our body is so solid and fit, we can live longer….

The truth is every moment of life, our body is keep changing, perhaps our body remain the same identical look but the cells is constantly renewal, e.g. Liver age 5 months, Lung age 6 weeks, skin age 4 weeks,  taste bud age 10 days,….

You can’t see it or you might not even notice but in actual fact, its happen.

Nothing is permanence.

Another scenario for you to contemplate

Have you ever observe the oil lamp?

Do you think all flames are the same?

Can we still see the flames once the oil finish?

It’s same as our life.

Death will happen in any moment of our life.

Don’t ever think that we’ve so much time.

With the understanding of life is impermanence, treasure every second of life.

Do your best to finish your daily task, give priority to your to do list, don’t be procrastination.

If not, you might miss the opportunity in this precious life!

“To be idle is a short road to death and to be diligent is a way of life; foolish people are idle, wise people are diligent.”

By Buddha



4 responses to “Death…

  1. Always a difficult topic to approach. I always admire people who have a positive attitude towards death. Recently read about how a dying man walked his daughters down the aisle for a blessing ceremony for their future weddings because he knew he wouldn’t make it to their weddings. :’-)

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