Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Passion for English: Every man dies...

Every man dies. Not every man really lives - William Wallace

Dying is just as simple as doing some small act in life but the real strength of a person lies in living a life to its full potential. William Wallace says that "every man dies". Yes, every one dies  and he says "Not every man really lives". Yes, no body really lives because most of the people waste their life in doing things where they cannot live to their fullest potential. Living is the most difficult thing and living means living the life of happiness, potential and prosperity and exerting one's powers to a cause.

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