Live well now…

Live life to fullest and remember to contribute yourself to benefit others!

Live life to fullest and remember to contribute yourself to benefit others! If not, your existence might worst than a tree!

My cousin was passed away on Sunday night. He was under stroke as never take care of his diet, no exercise and moreover not take his medication. We can accept his death peacefully. I love the way my sister shared, ” The ending of life is expected and its depend on how long we can live.” Once there is birth, there is death. No one know when is our turn and for sure, that day will come. As such, Treasure your life and live well!

My cousin’s death reminded me on one article I read before that we must live our life to fullest, help others whenever you can, give your selfless and also shine your happiness. If we don’t benefit to ourselves and others, our existence might be worst than a tree. A tree will transform rubbish to nutrient and its can provide fresh oxygen to support our life. Ask yourself, are you benefiting to others? Are you contributing to this world for a better place  to stay?

I enjoyed to attend my cousin’s funeral as the pastor was kept sharing on positive angle of life that My cousin was in heaven and united with others in the Kingdom of God. The missa was so peaceful and calm. People accepted his death and total environment was not surrounded by sadness. No point to keep crying in funeral, give our best blessings to the dead and also his loved one, family.

Death is a must, no one can escape! Most important, live well now!

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8 responses to “Live well now…

  1. My condolences to you and yours on the passing of your cousin. Thank you for this gentle reminder on living to the fullest. Peace and blessings from the pacific west coast of Canada.

  2. So sorry to hear about the passing of your cousin. Like the past death of my own grandmother was a reminder of the impermanence and brevity of our precious human life..that we really only exist in the present moment, this very moment. Blessings and condolences to you and your family.

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