Paul Walker (Image Credit: Lloyd Bishop/NBC)

Four Things Paul Walker Taught Us

Paul Walker (Image Credit: Lloyd Bishop/NBC)

Paul Walker (Image Credit: Lloyd Bishop/NBC)

As we mourn the loss of Paul Walker, we take some comfort in the legacy he’ll leave behind. Walker touched the lives of many through his humanitarian aid foundation, Reach Out Worldwide, the many other charitable endeavors he passionately supported, and through the joy his talent has brought and will continue to bring to many via his film career. Walker taught us many valuable lessons about how to live life to the fullest and what our good will can accomplish, and here are four to remember him by.

Fears Hold Us Back

Many times when interviewed, Paul Walker discussed how he was not afraid of anything, and because of that, he didn’t have anything to hold him back.

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Enjoy Your Life

What’s the use of doing something if you can’t have fun while doing it? Enjoy your life! Do what you love. Paul Walker used this philosophy in his life.

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Go Big or Go Home

“I live by ‘Go big or go home.’ That’s with everything. It’s like either commit and go for it or don’t do it at all. I apply that to everything. I apply that to relationships, I apply that to like sports, I apply that to everything. That’s what I live by. That’s how I like it.” – Paul Walker

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Put Others First

A family man, Paul Walker said his daughter “softened his heart.” One of his most famous quotes was, “You know, all that really matters is that the people you love are happy and healthy. Everything else is just sprinkles on the sundae,” which taught us the key to happiness was the happiness of those we love.

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