I agree with this because it’s a guideline that everyone should follow. Because we don’t know when our time is up, life should be spent trying to achieve as much good as possible. I believe that if people understood this to its fullest, families would be undivided, friendships could be restored and more energy would go towards resolving the problem instead of arguing and fighting. I am not saying that life would be perfect if this guideline was followed; however, there could be more peace and harmony.
I found this interesting quote on Pinterest that says “Be grateful, appreciate every second of life. Be kind to others, smile often and lend a hand. Be positive, about everything. Be flexible, it’s ok to bend your own rules from time to time. Celebrate, even the small things. Don’t sweat the small stuff. Don’t take yourself too seriously, laugh at yourself. Be spontaneous and adventurous. Enjoy the small things. Don’t wait for the right moment, make the moment. Say I love you, often.” In my opinion, Julius Caesar was right by saying the best kind of death is “An unexpected one” because you put less focus on dying and more on living the best life possible.