8 thoughts on Life Is What You Make It

  1. Tygogrel   Viran
    Life's what you make it So come on, come on, come on, everybody now. Let's celebrate it, join in everyone You decide 'cause life's what you make it. Things are looking up anytime you want All you gotta do is realize that It's under your control So let the good times rock and roll!
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  2. Kigakasa   Gakazahn
    Life Is What You Make It by Peter Buffett () by Peter Buffett | Jan 1, out of 5 stars 1. Paperback $ $ $ shipping. Only 1 left in stock - order soon. More Buying Choices $ (49 used & new offers).
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  3. Kegar   Dokasa
    The heart-warming story of a young girl who struggles against all odds, when life as she knows it is disrupted What would you do if the perfect life you have is torn asunder? Set across two cities in India in the early eighties, Life Is What You Make It is a gripping account of the years that change young Ankita Sharma's life/5.
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  4. Gazilkree   Mijora
    Life Is What You Make It walks you through Peter Buffet's personal journey (yes, you may think he had it incredibly easy with Warren as his dad) but the choices he made along the way truly created the life he wanted. We have given it to recent high school and college grads /5().
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  5. Mir   Shaktikora
    Feb 09,  · The truth is this: you really only have that one life that you can live. You must make it to be the way you want it to be for life is what you make it. Stop trying to do things that you know will affect you negatively. There are some things in life that you understand better than the others.
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  6. Nakus   Moshakar
    Aug 02,  · Your life is what you make it. Your present life is the result of all the choices you have made up until this moment. You are the only one responsible for where you are right now, for how your life looks, for how you are being treated by those around you and for the level of happiness or unhappiness present in your life. You and only you.
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  7. Vuzshura   Zudal
    Oct 25,  · Life is What You Make It! Matthew McCullor –- Bellevue, NE. I was diagnosed with MS in the year , in my 14th year of service in the Air Force. I was medically retired in , after 18 years, 2 months and 7 days of military service. When I was first diagnosed I wasn’t sure what that meant to me.
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  8. Yozshuzil   Arashigar
    Nov 11,  · Despite its ending, Life Is What You Make It is far from a filmy Hollywood romance in which the flight of the butterflies is interrupted merely for a few seconds because of a slight quarrel. Oh, no! The main protagonist here is not exactly appealing, and the reason for this is a severe ailment: bipolar disorder. The book captures well both the.
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