The gods are envious of humanity, says Brad Pitt’s character Achilles in the movie Troy. They are envious of us since we are mortal and our lives could end at any time. Given that we are doomed, everything is more gorgeous. You’ll never be more beautiful than you are right now. We won’t return to this place.
We do indeed have a certain amount of time here on earth as mortals. My interpretation of that proverb is as follows:
Everyone of us are constantly experiencing new “Hail Mary” moments. Your life is at danger if something goes wrong when you are driving over 160kph (about 100mph). The rope can break if you’re bungee jumping. A automobile could unexpectedly plough into you as you cross the street. You could experience a brain aneurysm and pass away even while you’re just sitting there minding your own business. Simply like that! You’re gone. Our lives are constantly under danger and may be taken from us at any time. So what do you need to do? Observe the following:
What you want, buy.
Go ahead and purchase that expensive new car if you want to since you have the means to. You should purchase the pricey, attractive clothing as well. In a few years, your objectives might change or your money might be used in another place, preventing you from taking advantage of what you might have had. When you achieve your goals, you will never experience anything like the elation and smile on your face. Being young, poor, and doing what you want is preferable to being elderly, wealthy, and doing what everyone else wants. Never again will you have the opportunity to feel that way. Similarly, experiencing it later in life won’t be the same as doing it for the first time.
Get hitched early
Don’t put your faith in fairy tales. There is no such thing as a flawless person if you think you’re not perfect yourself. You should lock down the most compatible person you’ve found, make a commitment to them, and get married or tied down as soon as you can. Enjoy living the life you have imagined since you were a child. If you don’t get married when you’re young enough, you’ll spend the rest of your life seeking love and companionship. However, not all marriages result in happiness, and not everyone desires to get married. But, working together with someone else rather than working alone is almost always preferable.
Travel there! Take the new position! Attend the gathering to which you were just been invited! Inquire of them. Inform them of your feelings for them. Decide swiftly and depending on the knowledge you have at hand! You would still gain even if one of those led to a positive experience. You are also gaining from the remainder that result in negative situations. It benefits both parties. Asking and receiving a negative response is preferable to imagining what might have, ought to, or would have occurred. A chance of a lifetime is referred to as such because, if you miss it now, it won’t come along again for another lifetime. Who knows, perhaps you’ll have left by then.
Now, I’m not advocating that you live each day as if it were your last; doing so would be ridiculous. You must reserve yourself for another day and make an exception. Don’t squander your money. Living a little bit in debt; it won’t be the end. Just accept it—we all have debts at some point in our life. Life is short, and there is no going back in time to make things better. You are at your most attractive, youthful, and vibrant right now. You are the best you have ever been. The emotions you experience at any one time cannot be duplicated. The best time to act is always right now because you might not be around tomorrow. So, go out and make the gods jealous!
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