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Mesa funeralMaybe you just attended a Mesa funeral, or you are in the process of pre-planning one for a loved one. Either way, these experiences have you thinking about how you live your life. You wonder, “Am I really doing it right? “What could be done better?” “Should I be re-thinking my outlook before people are attending my own Mesa funeral? “Here’s some sage advice we recently ran across from centenarians:

  • “Keep going and never give up.” – Adrine Lee
  • “I try not worry, I just try to live.” – Katharine Weber
  • “I do the trampoline on my deck. I jump on it a 100 times every morning. Let me tell you, that activates every cell in your body.” – Elsa Bailey
  • Love people. Find something to like about the person – it’s there – because we’re all just people.” – Lucille Boston Lewis
  • I don’t eat very much, but always eat a fruit, a vegetable, a little meat and I make sure I get sardines and salmon at least once or twice a week.– Lois Charpentier.
  • “One: You gotta have good genes; Two: You gotta be…lucky for a 100 years; Three: … I eat whatever I want. The key to longevity is ice cream.” – Paul Marcus
  • “Sleep well, try not to worry, and enjoy good dreams.” – Haruo Ito
  • “Learning new things makes you happy and keeps your mind active.” – Frieda Faul
  • “I walk a lot, that’s all. I go out with the animals.” – Carmelo Flores Laura
  • “People have to be curious. They have to be interested in life outside their little aches and pains. They have to be excited about seeing new things, meeting new people, just passionate about life.” – Bel Kaufman

Of course, you never know which direction life is going to take you. But, we subscribe to the philosophy of being positive and embracing the life you’ve been given. So, just maybe, if you follow these suggestions, you may not need a Mesa funeral home until you are a 100 or older. Mountain View Funeral Home, a Mesa funeral home, hopes that these words of wisdom lighten your heart amidst the more serious task of finding a funeral home for you and your family’s needs. Should you have questions about our services, and or facilities, you can contact us here.

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