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    “No, no… wear that one. With a flower in your hair!” Never in her life had Liliyana seen such a flurry of activity in the Twins. Her sisters, cousins, and aunts all swirled around her eagerly, tearing apart their wardrobes to find the perfect dress. They were to prepare for a king’s arrival and by now it was well known that one of them was meant to wed the newly crowned King in the North before he turned for the Lannisters further south. It was only a matter of which one. The prettiest had been all but hen-picked already, the wisest plain of face, and the rest—well, the rest were no less beloved to Liliyana, in any case. Each and every one of the Frey girls had their charms, despite what the rest of Westeros was so keen to say about them.…

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    Search For Identity

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    person that’s in our life. Now, please understand that this does not mean that it is impossible for a person to resolve these matters once they are married, but it would be wise to sort out these identity issues before you decide to marry. These are some suggestions offered by Elmer Thomas in The Single Adult & the Church, to help single adults find answers in the search for identity. He states: The single adult, whether Christian or not, whether spiritual or not, must realize that he is a…

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    One Esk Nineteen, serving the lord against your own free will and having your every thought and desire controlled by an Artificial Intelligence System. I don’t know how old you are but I would assume that when you were set free after the destruction of the Justice Of Toren, you started to age as any other normal human being would. I believe that you’ve made a mistake using twenty years of your natural life questing to seek revenge, when you should have used it to learn to fully appreciate the…

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    Meaningful Life Meaning

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    If my life is not subjectively pleasurable, is it meaningful? To first answer this question, we will first have to define what it means to be subjectively pleasurable or what it means to be meaningful. What aspect should we look at this question from; should we look at it in a societal point of view or should we look at it at a personal point of view? What is subjectively pleasurable to me, may not be for someone else or society on the other hand. My meaning of life would not be the same to many…

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    Life. Webster Online Dictionary states the simple definition as life to be, “the ability to grow, change, etc., that separates plants and animals from things like water or rocks, the period of time when a person is alive and the experience of being alive”. Purpose. Cambridge online dictionary states that the definition of purpose is, “why you do something or why something exists”. Why is it that you have a life? Does your life have a purpose? Does a purpose for life truly exist? Have you found…

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    rather, to truly find happiness one must learn who they are, learn what they have to offer and learn to make that offering valid. While Merton comes close to grasping ideal happiness he misses it partially because he forgets about social and economic problems as well as happiness caused by others happiness. Merton is definitely on to something when he makes his points, but the reason he is not completely correct is because there is other ways to also be truly happy. Thomas Merton, who…

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    humanity has been asking the same question. What is the meaning of Life? The simple fact that we have found no conclusive answer to the question speaks for itself as to the complexity and difficulty of the question. However while there has been no single ‘meaning’ that has been accepted by all, throughout history different philosophers have argued countless points on the topic. This essay will address the question itself and whether it is one worth asking, it will touch on whether life can have…

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    1. What is your belief about ultimate reality? A: For me the ultimate reality is the existence of a personal God, who exists beyond the physical world and that is omnipotent. I believe in a God that knows everything and that is the main source of love and wisdom. Also, I believe that God has the power to intervene in everyone’s life. 2. What is your belief about the nature of the universe? A: I believe that the universe and everything we know was created by God. However, I also agree with…

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    Ikigai Research Paper

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    The purpose of life can be a confusing concept for anyone to attempt to wrap their mind around. It is one of those concepts that keep one up at night nervously worrying about the unknown questions that can never truly be answered, but interpreted by oneself. Although many different factors contribute to the purpose of life the only way to ever truly be happy is to find a good balance of each. Ikigai is the perfect balance of what you love, what you are good at, what you can be paid for, and…

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    MEANINGFUL! (PART 4) “Your net worth to the world is usually determined by what remains after your bad habits are subtracted from your good ones.” -Benjamin Franklin SWITCHING from bad habits to good habits: Never under estimate the power of repetition, especially of negative actions, that you keep repeating on a daily basis. What appears insignificant or seems inconsequential at present, has the potential to change you big time in future if it is repeated daily without any break. Once you…

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