And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition, they somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary. Are you living every day in excitement? Are you excited every single moment?
We are given a certain number of years to live. Unless you are someone who's truly spectacular, you will not leave mark on this world other than perhaps your friends and family will remember you fondly.
I am an atheist or agnostic, but I choose not to believe in Gods or after-life.
Therefore I have no imposed purpose and meaning in this world, other than the one that I choose for myself. You seems to be obsessed with the idea of "check-list" associated with "living life to the fullest", and yes, a check list of things you want to do before you die will be an interesting way to see what your goals and motivators are in life.
I've tried it in the process of seeking my meaning of life. But most checklists are actions based achieve this, do thatand I found putting meaning of my life, my existence, on things like "start my own business" or "climb Mount Everest" to be superficial and unfulfilling.
Instead I put my meaning of life in a set of values that I hold dearly. And everyday I read that statement, and go out set to do it.
If I fail, then there always be tomorrow. You might say this is "keeping myself busy".
But the difference is 1. I want it 2.
I separate my values from my progress who I am is not what I do or what I have What other choice do you have other that choosing your own goal and living your whole life trying to attain it?
Given the fact that we all will die and all our achievements are meaningless in the long term anyway, the only choice is either to fight for something of your own choosing or give up and die today after all, what is the difference of dying today and 40 years from now if your have a Nihilistic view on life?
If 40 years from now I am on my death bed, and I have lived my life based on my values, and I have no regret about dying - I'd say I have lived my life to the fullest. This will be different for everyone. After all, when you're an atheist, the meaning of life is unique for every single person.
It is the meaning they have to choose for themselves, or risk living a meaningless life.Live Life Quotes. Live life to the fullest, and focus on the positive. Matt Cameron. Positive, Life, Live, Focus, Fullest.
I believe you will be empowered to live life to the fullest and enjoy the abundant life He has promised you! Victoria Osteen.
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Its also a symptom that you’re not living your life to the fullest – people who are fulfilled can celebrate other people’s success. People who aren’t fulfilled fill up their emotional void through negative emotions. Living life to the fullest means continually reaching out for newer, richer, deeper, life-changing experiences.
It means using those experiences as a means for personal growth and pushing the boundaries of yourself mentally, spiritually, and intellectually for the . Living life to the fullest means continually reaching out for newer, richer, deeper, life-changing experiences.
It means using those experiences as a means for personal growth and pushing the boundaries of yourself mentally, spirituality, and intellectually for the betterment of .