posted Jan 12, 2014, 4:39 PM by Unknown user   [ updated Jan 12, 2014, 4:39 PM by Unknown user ]
YOLO. Which stands for You Only Live Once is a piece of advice from who knows where. Is this advice good or bad?   Depends on how youtake it.  If you take this advice to mean stand up to challenges or fears, take risks, a door only opens once, or something similar; It's good advice.  If you take it in a way that says live in the moment, do everything now, or anything remotely similar, it's bad advice.  Nothing can be really good or bad, it depends on how you take/use it.  So in a sense, two people side by side could be using the same item, and one could be using it the wrong way, and the other the right way.  But it's still the same item, just in two different pairs of hands.  I think that the right way to use YOLO is to take it positively and change your attitude for the better.  You can do this by maybe having the courage to answer a problem in class, maybe standing up for yourself when someone bullies you, standing up for an opportunity like signing up for a team rather than letting someone else do it or just learning to have courage. In conclusion, The saying YOLO, like anything else, is both good and bad, it just needs to be used the right way. Thanks for reading!