My cousin Sonia died earlier this month, she was only 52 years old. She was diagnosed with cancer less than two months before. My experience of loved ones dying has been minimal (thankfully) but I have experienced death nonetheless. However, this is different. This is someone that has been taken from us, and from her own life way too soon. It’s incredibly surreal, to say the least. As upsetting as it has been, this has really put life into perspective for me, life’s too short.
Life’s too short to hold on to dead weight, if you have people in your life that drag you down and/or make you feel bad about yourself, get rid of them!
Life’s too short to hold grudges; if you want the person to be in your life, then discuss it and let it go. If not, then just let the person and the negativity go.
Life’s too short to not do what you want to do.
Life’s too short to do something because you think that someone else thinks that’s what you should do.
Life’s too short to dwell on the past; learn from it and move on.
Life’s too short to wait for somebody else’s acceptance or love; look to yourself!
Life’s too short to take loved ones for granted.
I will live the rest of my life with my cousin Sonia in mind. We can be taken from this earth at any given moment, we have to make sure we live it in the most positive way. Live with a kind and clean heart; make mistakes, learn from them, and put those lessons into practice in the future.
Because LIFE’S TOO SHORT, enjoy it while you can!