Philosophy of Life
"An American Religion: Work, play, breathe,
bathe, study, laugh, and love."
- Elbert Hubbard
Elbert Hubbard was an American writer. On May 1, 1915, he and wife boarded the Lusitania in New York City. A week later, the ship was torpedoed. During the panic immediately following the impact, one of the other passengers asked the couple what they were going to do. Hubbard smiled and said, "There does not seem to be anything to do." And with that he and his wife waited calmly for their fate. They ended up going down with the ship. I wonder- could we accept our impending deaths so matter-of-factly? Perhaps we could if we lived full, simple lives, working, playing, breathing, bathing, studying, living, laughing, and loving.
TODAY I WILL MAKE A POINT TO INCORPORATE ALL EIGHT OF THE ABOUT ACTIVITIES INTO MY LIFE.