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Time And Meaning Of Life Essay

517 words - 3 pages

‘Life.’ We’ve heard that life is meaningful and we believe it, yet we spend our lives not living. I know it seems confusing but it’s like, we know that life is short and it is a precious gift from God yet we choose not to live. We know we may die tomorrow but we won’t make sure that if we do we are leaving the world with no regrets.
This life is full of happiness and sadness. There are so many opportunities to prove yourself. It is as if you have been given a task and God wants to see how well u do it
Do you do it to the best of you’re ability, do you turn away and say SCREW IT or the worst, ...view middle of the document...

I know that sometimes we don’t want to work. But if you do work and succeed which you wil if you work, it makes the reward sweeter and you feel a satisfaction which people yearn to feel in their lives. You feel purpose.
If you’re roaming around the streets of Dubai, you’ll see thousands of people walking towards a destination. They’re the ones with the purpose. Then you’ll see the laborers whose expression is enough to tell their story. “How will I support my family back home?” “Will my children ever see their father?” “I have never seen my only child”
Their the ones who weren’t so lucky. They were born in hard circumstances where they had no choice but to work. I know its not fair but then again what is.
Imagine yourself. Sitting at home, watching TV, worried about who is going to die in Charmed or who is cheating on whom in DH. Life is a gift not a given right. You must treat it like one. You must do everything you can to achieve your destiny. I assure you in the end you’ll come out stronger, better and on top. All you have to do is fight. It’s not worth winning if you don’t have to fight for it.
You must struggle, you must show what you are made of. And one day all will turn and say, that girl’s got it all.
You must do whatever you can in the short time you have. In the end what matters is what footprints you leave behind for others to follow in.

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