Living the Width
I don’t want to get to the end of my life and find that I lived just the length of it.
I want to have lived the width of it as well.
What a fantastic quote!
I am subscribing every single letter, every comma, every fullstop of it!
Isn’t this what we all want and should try to achive?
It is not only important to fill our live with years, it is much more important to fill the years with live!
Sadly when I look at my fellow sisters, I get the idea that they just want to live the length and in the length they stay busy with being pretty and slender and fit and what ever.
What does living mean to you?
A live width?
Does it mean to be busy, to sacrifice? Does it mean “not to …”?
Living the width … to me: enjoy life, enjoy what you are doing, take care of yourself but don’t relinquish everything.
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