Celebrate Life! Live like there is no tomorrow!

I know many people who start their day by cursing something or someone! Their mornings are invariably like this: “Oh God! I have to go to work” or “Oh God! I have a task to complete!”  or “I hate doing household works!” Are you one among them? Then ask yourself, “What is the use of living like this?” What is the use of living like this hating every moment of your life and everything you do?

Instead, how about living each moment and each day as a celebration? Don’t just be a part of the day; live it and join the party.

I know that you have limited celebrations to just birthdays and festivals. But aren’t there just very few of such days?  And barring these few days, you follow the same old monotonous time table every day.

Today, try doing things in a different way. Even if you are heading to your workplace, Rejoice and be Happy – as if it is a day of celebration. Gather your colleagues and share a funny story. Go out for lunch together. Plan the next office picnic. Celebrate today before it gets over.  Make a strong commitment to yourself that you will rejoice each moment of life today and see the magic it brings in your life!

Live! Don’t just Exist!!! Don’t drag through life . . .
Live each day as a Celebration!  ~RVM

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About RVM

RVM is a 'Positivelife' philosopher, an Author, Speaker, Poet, Singer, Philanthropist and Motivator. He was one of the earliest, successful Indian retailers who transformed retailing in India through his stores – Kids Kemp, Big Kids Kemp and Kemp Fort , Bangalore. At the peak of his career, he decided to move away from his retail business and dedicate his life to more meaningful humanitarian work. He is now a well respected philosopher, poet, singer, speaker, motivator, author and philanthropist. He started a Trust which has built the 125-bed capacity RVM Humanitarian Home for the destitute and needy. He also started the RVM Humanitarian Hospital, which is growing from a 150-bed charitable hospital to a 1000-bed one, offering free medical services to the poorest of the poor to reduce pain and suffering. His spiritual efforts to spread the power of faith led him to build a 65 foot statue of LORD SHIVA at the Shiva temple, Old Airport Road, Bangalore which has now become a revered spiritual destination. RVM has devoted his life to spread the RVM philosophy, which stands for Rejoice, Value life, Make a difference. To share this exciting way of living, he has authored many books, some of which are I Wanna Be Happy, The A To Z Of A Life Philosophy, PEPower and Succsex. He hopes to help others to discover a way to live a more meaningful life with a purpose, thereby making a difference before their life's journey ends.
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