17. Take all your activities, beliefs, work, thoughts, feelings and
contributions and make a gloriously messy patchwork of what’s true for you and
your place in our earth community. Stitch the patchwork together with peaceful
reflection and laughter. Decorate with love and courage. Realise that sometimes
a patch will wear out or tear and you’ll have to decide whether you can mend it
or must replace it.
18. Whatever your passions and dreams are – live them now!
19. Never stop learning. . . learn to love unconditionally and love to learn
20. Live every moment like it’s your last.
21. Take risk and chances because later in life you’ll look back and know
that you lived your life like you wanted to, and that it was all worth it.
22. Take care of your body. Health and fitness has an effect on every aspect
of your life.
23. Have a plan and actively work it to how you can make the most of your
24. One way to make the most of life is to be open to and selective about
ideas. The more we extend our language, the more ideas we’ll meet and entertain
and go ahead with as if beautiful to experience.
25. Realistically assess your talents and abilities and look for
opportunities to apply them in ways that will grow human culture into the
26. Stretch yourself now and then. You may have more resources than you
27. When in doubt, go with that other great human strength–the most
28. Care for the sick, injured, and infirm.
29. Love, love, love, and when you’re afraid you have nothing left, love
30. Put your unique talents, skills and insights to use by helping others.
31. Give friendly advice or share some knowledge to help someone along their
path.It can make a world of difference.
32. Be as present as possible as often as we can.
33. Quit judging yourself so harshly.
34. Know that you are a vital part of humanity and therefore essential to
this world we live in.
35. Be gentler, kinder and more respectful of our planet. We owe it to the
planet and animals, our forests and our oceans to restore the health they once
36. Be a collector of things and people that make you happy.
37. Find richness in knowing and observing all different kinds of people.
38. Do what you love to do, love the people you love, and grow in spirit.
39. Enjoy life.
40. Just do it. Don’t end up with a life unloved.
41. Always try to do more for others than what you do for yourself.
Something as simple as opening a door for someone else, letting someone go
ahead of you in a queue, saying good morning to someone who is on their own can
create good karma.
42. Do volunteer work.
43. Love your family. They are the people who really matter.
44. Don’t worry about what others have to say about how you live your
45. Lower your expectations, it makes life less complicated, allowing you to
enjoy it to the fullest.
46. Work towards love always – to give and receive love. If, on your
death-bed, you can say you’ve made others feel loved… that’s a fulfilled life.
47. Don’t forget to have fun. Do what you can – then go to the movies.
48. When you feel confused, look up at the sky and feel the spaciousness of
49. Set goals and plan – but be flexible and resilient if your plans don’t
50. Remember that starting over is a great a opportunity.
Which of these recommendations touches you most? You might also want to add
some more tips. Please share your thoughts in the comments.