Nowadays so many quotations are written where ever you see. Whether on a billboard, hoarding, advertisements or the food items, there are plenty of them. Among all, one of the quotations catches my attention, inspires me and forces me to think what the life is all about.
The quotation, who ever has written is too short but conveys everything about the life. The quotation, “Born-School-Work-Die” is crafted in such a manner that one understands the life what really it is. The author has summed up the life beautifully in this simple one-liner by describing all the aspects of life.
The day we are born, our struggle for the survival starts from the very first day and when we are about to enjoy our lives, our parents admit us into the schools so that we can shape-up our future. After passing out, we search for the jobs or try to setup a business, by which we can earn our livelihood. When we end up with working throughout our lives, we wait for the day when the God will take us away from our near and dear ones.
How simple the life is for the author, who has said the above quotation, but deep inside, how hard the life is, everybody knows. In today’s world, life is so tough that you can’t move an inch if you are honest to everyone.
Nobody will support you or make you happy in this world without any interest in some or the other way. Everybody in this world is full of greed and only thinks of himself. So we should not waste any more time in thinking about this world.
If we spend our life without harming anybody, God will surely and suitably reward us with all the wonderful things in this world. It is high time for us to prepare ourselves for the hereafter and do good things to all the human beings and not to think of evil, which can lead us to the hell.
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