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Also about life, live, and purpose+14SURVIVAL - or the will to live, seems to be the strongest of all other instincts or drives. It is also the foundation and prerequisite for any and all other instinct's survival. SO - if life is truly without purpose, meaning, or reason, then the will or drive to live would not be the dominant force in all living things. Amirite? More
Also about life, live, and purpose-12People often ask what the purpose for life may be, but the answer is simple and scientifically proven: The point of life is to live, grow, and love, amirite?
Also about life and live+84In an odd way you love life unconditionally, no matter how much shit you're put through you're just happy to be here. You're happy that life's given you the chance to, well, live, amirite?
Also about life and live+300If you think about how long ago 1000 years was, you probably don't really think about how long it would feel to live through 1000 years. But if you think about life 10 years ago, you realize a lot of things have happened in your life since then, making it seem like a really long time ago. So in a way, 10 years ago seems longer than 1000 years ago. amirite?
Also about life, live, and purpose+253Sometimes in life we ask ourselves "Why were we born?" or "What was our purpose in life?" Maybe we were just asking the wrong questions. Maybe the right question was "For whom should we live for?", amirite?
Also about life and live+160You hate when people give you contradictory advise, like 'live for the moment! Life is short so do what makes you happy!' then 'no, no! wait a few years. You have a long life ahead of you!' Make up your mind! amirite?
Also about life and live+514It's not realistic when people say "live life to the fullest, have no regrets." If you never regret anything you did, no matter how stupid, then it shows that you didn't learn from your experience. Life involves making mistakes, and a life with no regret would be impossibly perfect, amirite?