Defining Life Project

Defining Life Project: Definitions #48-50

Life is a time where we pursue happiness in as many ways as we can. Human beings try to do it through things such as true love, music, sports, money, religion, attention, and more. Life is a time where we learn who we really are, what we believe and want, and when we try to reflect these things in the way we live our lives.  Life is a time or trial and error which eventually leads to success. These successes lead to lessons that help us mature as human beings. That’s the way we find out who we really are, what we want, and what we really believe. At any time we can experience something that will entice us to change these beliefs. This means that what I say can change at any instant.   I, personally, have the Christian belief in Heaven and Hell. I am not certain of what I think life will be like there, only that is is eternal and could be a spirit world, or one very similar to our lives on Earth. The people in these places will have the same souls, beliefs, and personalities as us on Earth, but an entirely new life to experiences and grow in eternity.  GCAT

Life is about creating a color that wasn’t there in the world before.  DRW

You can never fully achieve life without living it’s highest and lowest points, which include tears and laughs.  DCH


I thought the image went really with the second definition. When the guy gave me that definition a bunch of our friends were around and they all thought it was really wise. It’s probably one of my favorites within the collection because it’s about being YOU & bringing your uniqueness into this crazy world. It’s something that everyone needs to realize in this world.

This week I only posted three definitions because I got to 50 (woohoo!). This is good time to break things up and do another post about a deeper reason of why I am doing this project. I will be publishing that post next week, so stay tuned everyone!

{To find out more about this project, click “Defining Life Project” at the top of my page or the Introduction}


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