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Nothing is more powerful than the idea of living your life to the fullest Many people dont seize the moment to do what they want they put-off things that bring them joy and happiness because of different excuses My interpretation of Erma Bombecks seize the moment is that one should take advantage of opportunities to do what one really wants without any excuses or postpones and live their life to the fullest We aim on our purposes but sometimes we may jump into the grid of chance or destiny We often face a situation suddenly It may be a thing that you come up with or it is the chance that destiny create It usually brings us surprises regardless of good or bad However in such busy or lazy society we sometimes ignore such chance or destiny and are restricted by what we doIt is what we call the life with surprise and uncertainty but not the life that we scheduled plan and calendar To seize the moment one has to seize the surprises My aunt lives each moment for what its worth she is an adventurous person who take risks enjoys travelling s around the world and spend her money without concernMy aunt believes that life is either a daring adventure or nothing Her approach towards life is admirable As I reflect back to different occasions in her life she had to take decisions without caring about the result I also taught about her approach towards it Last two years she had continues argument with her husband about her going back to school which he was thoroughly against because he said it will take her attention off their marriage She was determined and did not want to lose the chances of furthering her education and becoming a nurse so she took the risk of going against her husband which lead to them separating She was deprived of her marriage unwillingly she quit her
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