Oropher Tîwele


Survive


Why are we here today.

Will we be here tomorrow.

What will you be doing one week from today.

We have little time to think about today yet alone one week from today.

If we all choose to think about the moment and not worry about tomorrow or beyond.

I bet we all have a better chance to survive if we live for the moment.

Submitted: Friday, March 11, 2005

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