Life Lessons from Het Patel
At the beginning of October 2016, Het wrote a list of his life lessons. Sadly, he died unexpectedly and suddenly two weeks later at the age of 37. The one year anniversary of his passing is coming up this month. I would like to share with you a selection from his 34 philosophical quotes on living. His life was cut short and he had so much more to give. But even in times of mourning there are moments to feel good about. Think about it:
Our brains are our greatest asset and our worst enemy.
A smile can hide the deepest pain.
The fabric of life is change. We can’t often stop it. We can’t always fight it. Acceptance is, most of the time, the best way to deal with change.
We barely understand ourselves, yet we’re confident that we can understand others. That’s kind of silly when you think about it.
The best moments in life are spent in the company of loved ones – regardless of what you’re doing.
Nothing in life has meaning, other than the meaning we put on it.
Accepting that we will die one day, is key to knowing how to live. – Het Patel
Life Lessons from Dogs
Living moment to moment, no worries whatsoever, an innocence, acceptance, playfulness and trust that escapes most of us humans. Refreshing! If only we could live like that!
We can all cope with the battles of today. It’s when we add the worry of tomorrow, and the regret of yesterday, that we break down. – Het Patel.
Have a happy weekend. No regrets!