Last words of Steve Jobs


Steve Jobs died a billionaire… with a fortune of $7 billion…at the age of 56 from pancreatic cancer…and here are some of his last words…

“In others eyes… my life is the essence of success… but aside from work… I have little joy. And in the end…. wealth is just a fact of life to which I am accustomed.”

“At this moment… lying on the bed… sick and remembering all my life… I realize that all my recognition and wealth that I have is meaningless in the face of imminent death. You can hire someone to drive a car for you… make money for you … but you can not rent someone to carry the disease for you. 

One can find material things…. but there is one thing that can not be found when it is lost – “LIFE”. 

Treat yourself well…and cherish others. As we get older we are smarter… and we slowly realize that the watch is worth $30 or $300 – both of which show the same time. Whether we carry a purse worth $30 or $300 – the amount of money in the wallets are the same. Whether we drive a car worth $150,000, or a car worth $30,000 – the road and distance are the same… we reach the same destination. 

If we drink a bottle worth $300 or wine worth $10 – the “stroller” will be the same. If the house we live in is 300 square meters… or 3000 square meters – the loneliness is the same.”

“Your true inner happiness does not come from the material things of this world. Whether you’re flying first class…or economy class – if the plane crashes…you crash with it.”

So… I hope you understand that when you have friends or someone to talk to – this is true happiness!

Keep them in all stages of life and enjoy a healthy life.

Whichever stage in life we are at right now… with time… we will face the day when the curtain comes down.

Treasure Love for your family… love for your spouse… love for your friends…

Treat yourself well. Cherish others. ♥️


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