So I commend the enjoyment of life, because nothing is better for a man under the sun than to eat and drink and be glad. Then joy will accompany him in his work all the days of the life God has given him under the sun. Ecclesiastes 8:15
God is more balanced than man.
I denied myself nothing my eyes desired; I refused my heart no pleasure. My heart took delight in all my work, and this was the reward for all my labor. Yet when I surveyed all that my hands had done and what I had toiled to achieve, everything was meaningless, a chasing after the wind; nothing was gained under the sun. Ecclesiastes 2:11
No, it's from the Bible actually: Eccles 8:15
Comer, beber, y reir. (Eat. drink and laugh).
Mangez, buvez et soyez heureux!
-I believe you are thinking of the rapper Tech N9ne. In his song Slacker (beginning) and Einstein (middle) both say that exact same quote. "Eat, drink and be marry, for tomorrow you may die!" -Unless that the word your think of is "we" because I found that "Eat drink and be merry, for tomorrow WE shall die" was originally used in the bible in Isaiah 22:13.
mange, bois et sois joyeux car demains nous serons morts
Trinken und fröhlich sein.
To eat = manger To drink = boire
The Bible does not specifically say whether the Christian can or can not drink alcohol, but it does say that the Christian should not get drunk.
No people do not say merry Diwali because they are Sikh's they don't say merry because that's what you say about Christmas that's like asking do people say merry birthday.
The Bible does not say you cannot drink. It says 'a little wine is good for the stomach' It also says 'Strong drink is not for princes' This means that to drink in moderation (i.e. to drink a little) is a good thing, but you should not drink when you need to have good judgement.
They say Merry Christmas in Britain.
You say ' Merry Christmas' in the UK.
How do u say "have a" in yucatan
In madagascar how do they say merry christmas
to not eat fast
Usually just "Merry Christmas" or "Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year" is the longer greeting.
This is found in Ephesians 5:18 -