My Purpose Of Life

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It’s tough to remember the first time that I heard the age-old question about the purpose of life because I’ve heard it so much. However, the first time that I really took time to think about this question was a few weeks ago. I recall waking up in the morning and asking myself a simple question, “What am I looking forward to today?” To my surprise, I couldn’t answer the question and I realized that I was currently living an extremely boring and meaningless life. I then stumbled upon another question, “What is the purpose of my life and what am I going to do in the future?” I went through my day as normal and took note on what made me feel like I had purpose; the things that made me feel purpose were the things that I enjoyed and the things …show more content…
I realized that the highlights of my day were the parts that went by the fastest. To me, I found that Math-related classes like Macroeconomics/Pre Calculus, leisure time like talking to friends/socializing, and the time set apart for music/guitar were the most enjoyable. Not only was I having a good time with these things, but I was also trying hard and getting results through my efforts. These may have felt the shortest, but they definitely were more enjoyable than that time long ago when I used to learn …show more content…
You will never live if you are looking for the meaning of life.(Albert Camus)” The Book: Camus’ Imperial Vision by Anthony Rizzuto was published in 1981 through the Southern Illinois University Press. This book talks about the visions and life of Albert Camus, a wealthy philosophical man who has a view on the world that many hate and many love. He believes that there is no life after-death and thinks that people should be living every day like their last. He does everything that he enjoys and never wanted to have any regrets (Rizzuto, 1981, 36). He believed in the messages of living life to the fullest and coming to the realization that everyone dies with time. Music is something that I have always loved and had a passion for. Camus’ philosophy on life implies that I should live my life to it’s maximum potential and this can relate back to my original view on the purpose of life. I should enjoy my time that I practice, and play music every day like it is the last time that I

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