Secret Of Life Explained By Children

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Secret Of Life Explained By Children

Statistics show that when people get to the end of their lives they regret what they didn’t do more than what they did do in their lives.


What would your future self say to you right now?

What is it that you haven’t done or made that you will regret when you are old?

Is there a book that you want to write, an adventure to travel, or maybe a technology that you want to invent?

These adorable children have life figured out. They know what we should focus on in order to have a full and happy life.


Check out what they have to teach us below!

You heard them! We need to follow our hearts and live the life that we feel inspired to live. Wouldn’t it be amazing to get to the end of our lives and know that we were persistent in accomplishing our dreams and that we had zero regrets?

Let’s learn from these kids example and start really living! Let us know what you thought in the comments.

Thank you for reading!

Kirsten – Spirit Team
Drawings by Sibilla Deganutti (9yrs old)
Massimo Salmaso (6yrs old)
Anna Salmaso (9yrs old)
Anna Masenello (9yrs old)
Special Thanks to Raffaella Traniello
Thank you Prince Ea for making this awesome video!


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By | 2017-08-15T16:58:01+00:00 November 12th, 2014|Categories: Family & Parenting, Self-Improvement|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

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Secret Of Life Explained By Children

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