They once asked an old Wise man: “What did you learn from life? What experiences did you gain?”
“I learned that life is a loan and you have to pay it back sooner or later.
I learned that the oppressed will get their rights, no matter what.
I learned that our world will come to an end any second, but we are still negligent.
I learned that sweet talk and a smiling face is the main investment in our lives.
I learned that the wealthiest people are the ones with healthy, secure and peaceful lives.
I learned that if you plant oats, you won’t harvest wheat.
I learned that although life comes to an end, your work never dies.
I learned that if you want people to listen to you, you have to listen to them too.
I learned that the best way to know a person is to travel with them.
I learned that if a person talks a lot about the things he will do, he will never succeed.
I learned that people with golden hearts will stay golden forever.
I learned that all the people laying in cemeteries had many goals and wishes they were never able to achieve.
And I learned that we should live simple, kind and useful so that saying goodbye to this world won’t be complicated, unkind and wasteful.”