There are so many lessons to learn in life but here are 3 simple ‘L’s that are worth considering. Live, love & learn! Start living your life to the fullest and always remember the 3 ‘L’s.
Happy Thursday! ❤️xo
The past will teach you some valuable lessons. As time goes by and as you mature, you begin to understand why certain things happened the way they did. That is all part of growth. You gain wisdom and clarity when you learn from your past experiences.
The present (today) is a present; a gift that is meant to be cherished always. Live in the moment. Don’t worry about yesterday or tomorrow, focus on today. This ‘now’ moment only happens once so make the most of it and enjoy it.
Tomorrow is not promised. It is not guaranteed but there’s always hope. Hope for the best to come. Hope for a better tomorrow. Hope for a better future.
Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow. The important thing is to not stop questioning.
― Albert Einstein, Relativity: The Special and the General Theory
Life is wayyy too short to not do what you want to do and to not be who you want to be. As long as you have breathe, you have the opportunity to turn your life around so why not live it your way today (if you’re not doing so already). Do not let it pass you by and start living. Not just any life though, make sure it’s a life you are proud of. It doesn’t have to be perfect, it just has to be right for you.
Are you living a proud life?
Living in the moment is all about living each day like it’s your last.
You can only do this by seeing the beauty in every moment, situation or activity.
Let’s do it “NOW” instead of doing it tomorrow.
No more procrastination. If you work efficiently, you will get the best results.
Tomorrow is not promised. Make every moment count.
Better yet, those moments may serve as your personal testimony to help others or may even strengthen and prepare you for something bigger and better. No matter the outcome, it will always work out for the good. It’s all about seeing the positive in every negative.
So take it as a lesson learned and move on…No regrets!