P.YASWANTH REDDY

(15-01-1999 / VIJAYAWADA, INDIA)

IMPORTANCE OF LIFE


Life is a journey with many ups and downs and
There will never be a life without problems and troubles.
Life does`nt mean all happiness alone and
We have to face each and every problem.
Life is gifted by God
But we have to shape it to a happy one.

Life is a mountain
We have to climb it to achieve success.
Life is not that how long we have lived
But how we have lived it.
Life is not about the past or the future
But it is about the present.

Our life is not just for us alone
But it should be there for all.
If you enjoy during its first half, you may suffer during the next,
If you toil hard in the first, you are rewarded in the next.
Life is gifted by God
But we have to build it with our own efforts.

Life tastes sweet, salty, sour and bitter
And so let us have as it comes by...

Submitted: Friday, November 23, 2012

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I am writing a tale of life here

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