Then it happens. And changes everything. “It” can be so many things: death, loss, change—but today is not the same as yesterday. This minute is not the same as the minute before.
Her advice? And this is verbatim:
“Live every day to the fullest, have fun, party or whatever makes you happy—life is short and it can change in a split second.”
How many times do we have to hear that before we take it in, use it, and make it our own personal mantra? It has been expressed in so many ways by so many people, yet we forget that life…
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“I loathe heterosexual weddings. The wedding cake, the party, the champagne, the inevitable divorce two years later. It’s just a waste of time in the heterosexual world, and in the homosexual world I find it personally beyond tragic that we want to ape this institution that is so clearly a disaster.” – Rupert Everett in a 2012 interview in the Guardian
Thanks to my source: Lenny Says