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    My Purpose Of Life

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    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…

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    My Purpose Of Existence

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    My Purpose of Existence In all the essays that I have made throughout my academic life, I think this has been the most difficult question to answer or a difficult topic to ponder on. Maybe some have an idea of their purpose because they already know their passion, but some do not really know what their life is all about. Our last year’s topic was Existential Therapy and my professor once asked that why are we doing this when in fact, we are mortal beings? While I am thinking of my purpose, I…

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    Happiness: How to Achieve It, Find It, and Experience It When answering the question, what is happiness, there are many things that come to mind. Many different interpretations of the same question can lead to a variety of answers, the state of being happy is called happiness, but what exactly causes us to be happy? In pursuit of happiness I have found that, happiness can be measured in different measures from a low to high range of happiness. One can experience happiness from eating an ice…

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    about the end of your life? When I was five, I raised two hamsters, one male and one female. At that time, I did not have any sibling so I really liked them. Especially when they ate their feed, their teeth were so cute that I could not help loving them. One day, I went to Daegu to visit my grandmother and then when I came back home I saw the shocking and horrible scene. That was a corpse of male hamster eaten by female hamster. After that, my mother threw away both of them and I realized how…

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    My Passion In Leadership

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    from one’s passion or passion can dictate one’s purpose, and the result can be an unquestionable leader. For some of us, it takes many years to find the purpose of our leadership – and the right place to devote our passions. I understand the importance of education, and am determined; seek improvement for myself so I can help improve others. I generally look to make things better in the physical workplace, and the interpersonal customer peer environment. With these values, an element of…

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    If life had a purpose, then why do people still question themselves? The meaning or purpose of life is constantly being questioned by individuals every single day and for some, they never find the answer to it. This question is such an important question according to several of my classmates, yet when I asked them why they didn 't have an answer to it. I then continued to ask people around the school, in my church, in my youth group and anywhere else that I had the chance and was astonished to…

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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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    Essay On Personal Goals

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    Purpose is demonstrated through the way a person lives their life, the goals they set, and consequently their psyche. More importantly, my “Purpose Paper” goes over my long term goals, short term goals, and what will result after they are achieved. Briefly my goals all fall into one finish line, academically get my college degree in order to pursue a career that’s stable to support my personal life with family friends etc. It’s been embedded into our central intelligence to follow the strict…

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    and leave my mark on this world. I want to make my legacy uniquely my own. “Veni – I came”(Pontz 5). When I arrived in this world, I was born to survive. As I grew older, I started to learn about this world that I grew up in. I learned about the presidents, numbers, letters, continents, Kings, Queens, etc. I had no idea what my purpose…

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    importance of having a purpose in your life. My cousin did not see how what he was doing in school would help him with his future. He had a plan to work for a few years after graduation and save up some money so he could buy a ranch. He had a plan. Now he has lost his dream of being a rancher because he has no money. He has no direction in his life, he parties all the time and lives in our grandparent’s basement. Having a purpose is important in our lives because it gives us a reason to seek…

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