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Living to a good age

SIMON HAZELMAN Savusavu
Thursday, November 30, 2017

ON a daily basis we read heart-warming yet distressing obituaries in our The Fiji Times.

While some have lived to a good age, many have not with their life cut short. In this time and age we ought to be mindful, careful, and considerate, first for ourselves, and for our loved ones.

Lifestyles ought to change for the better. Money ain't everything and many good things don't need money.

At the end of the day we are what we eat and drink, so eat and drink wisely. Learn to eat to live and not live to eat! Rest well and get away from things that stress you out!

We come to realise that we only get to really appreciate a loved one when he or she is gone.

While many say it matters not how long we live but how we live, living a long life matters much more for those closest to you and who love you the most. Life is worth living long and we ought to live it to the fullest in the healthiest ways.

He or she who breathe and loves the longest, not only has the last laugh but laughs the longest.

Life is great!








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