Make yourself worth living

Every minute someone leaves this world behind.

We are all in “the line” without knowing it.

We never know how many people are before us.

We can not move to the back of the line.

We can not step out of the line.

We can not avoid the line.

So while we wait in line –

Make moments count.

Make priorities.

Make the time.

Make your gifts known.

Make a nobody feel like a somebody.

Make your voice heard.

Make the small things big.

Make someone smile.

Make the change.

Make love.

Make up.

Make peace.

Make sure to tell your people they are loved.

Make sure to have no regrets.

Make sure you are ready.

By – Unknown

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  1. A very meditative post indeed…. it just reminds of how much more we still got to do in the little time we have left standing in that line waiting.. …
    Hamesha ki thara.an interesting perspective of looking at our life and ourselves and at our responsibility towards others. Great post Chirpy….keep blogging and keep inspiring.

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      1. Very true Chirpy …so much can be achieved in so little time like……Edmund Thomas Clint ……
        Named after Clint Eastwood, Edmund Thomas Clint was an Indian child prodigy who was born in the town of Kochi in Kerala. Even though he died at the age of 7, due to a kidney failure, he is known for having drawn over 25,000 paintings during his short life.
        Isn’t this enough an example of how much can be done in so little time.

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