Mon. Dec 16th, 2019

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Your Best Life

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”Living your best life sometimes requires first going through your worst hell.”~Michael Kurcina. If a man hopes to accomplish anything really good that lasts in life he must accept that good and bad will happen in his lifetime, and still stay committed to his goals, without acting contrarily. His relationship with life will get difficult at times, and even if he gives it his sincerest commitment, there will be moments when he will experience little in return. Men who profess not to care about life, or who care very little about it, by living as if they don’t give a damn are simply poseurs. Everyone loves living, no one enjoys dying, and the absence of purpose and meaning in life is saved solely for the most dispassionate of souls or the truest bitterest of nihilists. Everyone benefits in some way from it, whether men choose to admit it or not, but the man who chooses full commitment will find himself self-actualized. It will feel like the universe opens up to him. By accepting the relationship, regardless of its mercurialness, he will come into full realization of his own creative, intellectual, and social potential. It is understandable if one chooses to hide the joy they feel for life and in fact the feeling of love for it may simply and rightly strike him like lighting out of the blue; that’s when he knows. Those who demand much of this world and deliver little emotion to it or none in return, may be confounded when nothing comes back to them and it is his response to this that matters. The world cannot ever and will not ever love him back, but he must never give up in his quest to find meaning and purpose in it. He must have the courage to try.”

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