Everyday you wake up, alive and in good health.
Live in a relatively well managed country without sectarian violence and have freedom.
Protected from natural disasters like typhoons, tsunamis and earthquakes.
Have a reasonably paying job and can indulge a bit on hobby.
Don't assume all this will continue. It can change unexpectedly.
It did change for our parents during the 2nd World War.
It can change for anyone now e.g. drunk driver rams into a person and leaves him/her paralysed.
Someone cons a person to put life savings into a toxic financial product and he/she is left penniless overnight.
Don't take the blessings for granted.
Don't pooh-pooh good luck and think that your success is all due to hard work and your smartness.
Don't under-estimate the importance of good luck.
Last edited by ricohflex; 31st January 2010 at 09:25 PM.
is also the ability to burp when you have air.
greatest privilege is to eat leh.... really...
Lifes greatest privilige is to live to see the new day.
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Lifes greatest privilige is to live to see the new day...
I like this too, and to make it more beautiful may I
Life's greatest privilege is to live and to be baptized
in one Spirit and not to be ashamed to call all our
fellow men as our brothers and sisters.
To die in peace when my time is up.
Greatest privilege is your greatest belief.... really........
At times it is real good feeling to be immersing yourself
with the "eat" information.
But then, did'nt you realise that you got only 90 days
of such exciting action.
Wouldn't this personal habit got somewhere
to go other than to your life's greatest