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Thursday, 22 October 2015

Life is like a huge lottery in which only the winning tickets are visible


Imagine that you were on the threshold of this fairytale, sometime billions of years ago when everything was created. And you were able to choose whether you wanted to be born to a life on this planet at some point. You wouldn't know when you were going to be born, nor how long you’d live for, but at any event it wouldn't be more than a few years. All you’d know was that, if you chose to come into the world at some point, you’d also have to leave it again one day and go away from everything. This might cause you a good deal of grief, as lots of people think that life in the great fairytale is so wonderful that the mere thought of it ending can bring tears to their eyes.
I Things can be so nice here that it’s terribly painful to think that at some point the days will run out.Life is both sad and solemn. We are led into a wonderful world, we meet one another here, greet each other - and wander together for a brief moment. Then we lose each other and disappear as suddenly and unreasonably as we arrived....
Our lives are part of a unique adventure, the world is a mystery. As for myself, I felt completely different. I saw the world as an amazing dream.....
Life is both sad and solemn. We are let into a wonderful world, we meet one another here, greet each other—and wander together for a brief moment. Then we lose each other and disappear as suddenly and unreasonably as we arrived...
Nevertheless we are free individuals, and this freedom condemns us to make choices throughout our lives. There are no eternal values or norms we can adhere to, which makes our choices even more significant. Because we are totally responsible for everything we do. On the other hand our freedom obliges us to make something of ourselves, to live "authentically" or "truly"....

2 comments:

Giga said...

Interesting are your thoughts about life. Life is beautiful and unique and you have to try them well to survive for themselves and others. Regards.

Alexandra Alexandra said...

:)