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Amit Singh has developed his own definition of life.
It is to:
'Life is like a girlfriend,' he shares.
'When you don't have one, you don't know how it feel to have a girlfriend.
'But when you have one, then you realise the pain and gain.
'In my 32 years, I have realised that we can mould our life in the way we accept the events happening around us.
'We should live life to the fullest as it is a beautiful gift given by God.
Amita Sharma, 58, from USA writes: 'I am always looking to learn good things from people around me.
'A life lesson that has been very useful for me so far is that if you are thinking of giving a compliment or saying good things, don't delay it.
'However, if you are angry or have urge to say some not so good words, delay it and think if it's really necessary.'
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