Quoting from Leo Rosten:
"I cannot believe that the purpose of life is to be happy. I think the purpose of life is to be useful, to be responsible, to be compassionate. It is, above all to matter, to count, to stand for something, to have made some difference that you lived at all."
"In the path of our happiness shall we find the learning for which we have chosen this lifetime."
by Sundeep Kataria2 years ago
They say "God is Merciful". Is it easy to believe?Especially when you look around and see crimes, calamities, hunger, diseases. There is unbearable pain.Does anyone have a real answer please?
by Glen7 years ago
Please.Personally I think its removal slows down the forum activity of the more experienced users.I like to quote people though remove parts of the quoted text that I'm not specifically referring to. Apparently a lot of...
by paarsurrey6 years ago
The atheists agnostics skeptics apatheists; all while away their lives; finding no purpose in life and no goal in life, their actions become meaningless and their thoughts get frustrated.
by Andrew Hawkley8 years ago
People frequently quote unnecessarily on forums in my opinion. It is particularly pointless when you are the first to comment on the original message.
by marinealways247 years ago
What do you think the reason or purpose of life is? I think our purpose is to learn, teach, grow, evolve.
by Mikel G Roberts7 years ago
Does quoting another person, that is saying the same thing as you, make you correct? Or is that just an assumption that if more people say un-founded things they become founded(or truthful) simply because lots of people...
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