When there is an opportunity, get together with old classmates, old colleagues & old friends! (UPCM-MU74)

When there is an opportunity, get together with old classmates, old colleagues & old friends! (UPCM-MU74)

by Reynaldo O Joson on Wednesday, February 1, 2012 at 11:26pm

Last December 18, 2011, I shared a ppt which I got from my email box and which I liked very very much.

 

It is posted in https://rojosonfacebooknotes.wordpress.com/2011/12/18/practical-and-realistic-tips-on-how-to-live-life/

 

As  I said, I will keep it for a long time, if not for the rest of my life.  I will constantly read it and meditate on it.

 

It contains not only messages on friendships lasting through retirement years.  What is most significant and useful in this ppt is that it contains realistic messages on LIFE, how to live life to the fullest, in the simplest way possible.

 

It is not only a must read for retired people but also for all people of all ages who can read and understand.  It will facilitate living their life.

 

Here are some excerpts which I picked from the ppt and which I applied last January 26, 2012, when I attended a get-together with my fraternity brods from the UP College of Medicine, Class 74.  We tendered a dinner for our balikbayan classmate and brod. Dr. Pijing Garcia and his wife, Millie.

 

“When there is an opportunity, get together with old classmates, old colleagues & old friends. The gathering is not just about eating, its just that there is not much time left!

Seize every opportunities to meet up with your friends, such opportunities will become rare as time goes by!”

 

 

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