Quote of the Day: Life is Short.

Via on Mar 30, 2012

“Life is short,

Break the rules.

Forgive quickly,

Kiss slowly,

Love truly.

Laugh uncontrollably

And never regret anything

That makes you smile.”

~ Mark Twain

 

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