Sunday Reflection -Learn as if you were to live forever.

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Live as if you were to die tomorrow.  Learn as if you were to live forever”

Gandhi
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When we are constantly learning we feel alive and bright. Bold and full of energy.

Jumping in with both feet, learning, making mistakes and becoming experienced and wise.

Learn and grow to your hearts content. Grow, explore, and find out who you are.

Be you, bright and bold.

Like the full sun, or the full moon, just being you whole and luminous.

Live as if you were to die tomorrow.

Your behaviour noble, your character wise, compassionate and smart. Your interactions so perfectly sweet with all. That you leave a sweet fragrance in the air and in their heart.

Your presence calming as the sea breeze. Your kind smile that heals hearts. Your stability in the eye of insult. Noble, royal and elegant regardless of praise or defamation. Steadfast. reliable, and unshakeable. Wise like the old owl, innocent and sweet like a young child.

If tomorrow you should leave, the world will be pleased, honoured and humbled by you. Your memory so sweet and wholesome.

And you will be content with yourself, for you lived a full and noble life.

There will be no regret of any kind, for you know you lived your life well.

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