Diet quote by John Mortimer

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I refuse to spend my life worrying about what I eat. There is no pleasure worth forgoing just for an extra three years i
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"I refuse to spend my life worrying about what I eat. There is no pleasure worth forgoing just for an extra three years in the geriatric ward"

- John Mortimer

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John Mortimer's quote speaks to the suggestion of living life to the greatest and also not worrying about the little things. He is suggesting that life is also brief to spend bothering with what we consume, and that it is unworthy sacrificing our enjoyment for a couple of extra years in seniority. He is stressing the value of taking pleasure in life and not stressing over the tiny information. He is recommending that life is too short to invest fretting about what we consume, which it is unworthy compromising our enjoyment for a couple of extra years in aging. He is highlighting the significance of living life to the fullest and not worrying about the small points. He is recommending that life is as well brief to invest stressing over what we eat, and that it is unworthy compromising our enjoyment for a few extra years in old age. He is motivating us to take advantage of our lives and to take pleasure in the present minute, instead of stressing over the future. He is advising us that life is too short to spend fretting about what we eat, which it is unworthy compromising our enjoyment for a few added years in aging. He is motivating us to take advantage of our lives as well as to enjoy the present moment, rather than stressing over the future.

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England Flag This quote is written / told by John Mortimer somewhere between April 21, 1923 and today. He/she was a famous Novelist from England, the quote is categorized under the topic Diet. The author also have 11 other quotes.

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