“No, I am not trying to start a new life: I am here to die”
A decade ago, when I was trying to figure out how I wanted to spend my last days, I found a lot of questions and concerns, many of them not just on the surface but also deeper in my subconscious.
I’d heard that the average life span for people in the US is around 65 years.
In the UK, the average lifespan is around 64.
I had a vague feeling that the US was way too long for a society that wanted to live a long, healthy life.
So I did some research and discovered that the answer to my questions might be that there was no such thing as a “perfect” life span.
In fact, it’s not really that simple.
But as I continued researching, I realized that I had to learn to live on the edge.
And this was the point where I realized my life story wasn’t about me; it was about others, especially those of us who are vulnerable, like me, who live in a society where the notion of “success” and “failure” are a matter of perspective.
That is, in many ways, my story.
In order to figure it out, I had first to learn what success is, and how it works.
Success is, essentially, an adjective that can be used to describe anything that someone does well, such as finding a job, becoming a parent, or earning a degree.
But it can also be used as a verb, which is a verb that describes what people achieve in life.
Success means that you succeed in whatever it is that you do.
The word “success”, then, is a noun, and the word “fail” is a preposition.
Success, then, means you make something of yourself.
I would have to learn the difference between the two.
So, what is success?
To answer this question, I needed to understand what success means in this context.
I needed some way to measure it, and to see what kinds of successes I was likely to be able to achieve.
So what does success mean?
Success means having a positive attitude towards yourself and your life.
It means that the things you want to achieve are what you can achieve.
The words “success,” “good,” and “happy” have a meaning that is different than what most people would think of.
I’ve used them in the past to describe my life.
For example, when my mother asked me if I’d like to become a chef, I was just like, “Of course!”
I thought, “I’d make the perfect chef.
I could cook a great meal.
I’m the type of person who enjoys cooking.”
The more I learned about success, the more I realized the difference.
Success can also refer to things that are important in your life, like education, career, and a sense of purpose in life, which means that it’s important to have goals in your lives.
But success also means being happy.
And in that sense, success can be a positive thing.
I have a few good examples of how I achieved these goals.
When I was young, I made a promise to my mother that I’d never get into a car accident, and she had to promise that she would support me to achieve that promise.
In my twenties, I did my best to live life on the “edge”, not wanting to be in a car with people I didn’t know or have a relationship with.
I was happy in my twenties and now, I’m happy in middle age.
The biggest difference I’ve seen between success and happiness is the difference in the expectations we place on ourselves.
As long as we are doing something good, we don’t have to worry about things like “success”.
Success is a goal, and happiness isn’t.
You’re not going to get rich or get married, or become an astronaut or an NBA player, or make your boss laugh.
All these things are attainable, but happiness isn.
It’s the kind of life that I want to live, and it is important to be happy in your own life.
If you are in the process of achieving one of these things, or you just want to know more about what it means to be a successful person, I recommend reading my book, Life, Success, and Happiness: Why Happiness Is So Hard.
In it, I explain that the reason we have a positive life is because we put our heart and soul into the things that we are trying to achieve, and if those things don’t come through, then we aren’t happy.
So how do we get there?
Well, for one thing, we need to learn how to deal with disappointment and setbacks, and we need help in doing so.
And the more we learn about how to handle disappointment, the better off we’ll be.
I also recommend reading other books about success that focus on how to achieve a certain goal.
For me, that