Friday, January 11, 2013


The memories of a man in his old age are the deeds of a man in his prime.
You shuffle in the gloom of the sickroom and talk to yourself as you die.
Life is a short, warm moment and death is a long cold rest.
You get your chance to try in the twinkling of an eye: eighty years with luck or even less. 
- Pink Floyd

"Tomorrow when you're old and your mouth is paved with gold, you'll begin to feel the cold inside."
- Viv Stanshall
It goes without saying that we should consider the inevitability of death.  We should be resolved not to waste time and refrain from doing meaningless things. We should spend our time carrying out what is worth doing.

So we need to ask ourselves, among the things we do, which are really the most important? 

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