Lessons One Learns Late In Life

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An Elderly Couple (Photo Credit: Pixabay)

“The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing.” — Socrates

Read carefully readers.

Most important lesson is… there are no such lessons.

Life is an ongoing experience.

Wish for the best and leave the rest to God.

“As you go through life, you will see that there is so much that we don’t understand. And the only thing we know is things don’t always go the way we plan.” Simba

Remember nothing is in your hands.

Believe in yourself.

Life is an experience to enjoy rather than a lesson to learn.

“In three words I can sum up everything about life: It goes on.” Robert Frost

About the guest author:

Dr. Sridhar is the man behind Philosophy Through Photography.

This deep thinker from India wears many hats; he is a physician, a blogger, a philosopher and an amateur photographer.

Published by philosophy through photography

My philosophy is: Life is hard, but God is good. Try not to confuse the two. Anne F. Beiler

22 thoughts on “Lessons One Learns Late In Life

        1. Thank you Sadje.
          Life is an ongoing process surprisingly till the end.And naturally the learning too is an on going process.It can be…correctly learnt or wrongly learnt.And you rightly put it as some are not willing to learn and experience the life pattern.
          “There is only one thing more painful than learning from experience and that is not learning from experience” Archibald Mcleish

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  1. I love that quote and tend to live by it. We really don’t know much in the grand scheme of things. I do know that like Little Debbie Devil Squares and I am about to enjoy one, though. Ha. Great post!

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  2. God I love this piece. Sums up everything I was trying to say on my last post on our life struggles.
    “Wish for the best…”
    But “remember nothing is in your hands”

    “Life is an ongoing experience.” You said there’s no such thing as the most important lessons in life, but I think understanding that life is an ongoing experience is the most important lesson.

    I love the fact that it’s a short article too. The content always makes the post not the length.

    And I love the lion king and I love those lines!

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