Something you think a lot about and ask yourself "What If?"
This last week, I have been thinking "what if war breaks out between North Korea and America?" My responses were surprising to me. I just realized I would have found my personal purpose and that is-"to survive". Life would become simple and straight forward.The second repsonse is finally, we would have everyone at home working together, finally realizing how important we are to each other.
I think, people generally ask the questions to himself or want answer in their life are:
1- was my failures, are my learnings really, or just my failures ?
2- It is said that money is not important, but is money not important really?
3- Is it the right path or work which I really want to do ?
4- will doing charity really decreases my problems, or sins?
5- What will remain in end of my life ? How I know today?
6- If god have given me to select one phase of my life to re-live. What will I choose - childhood , teen , youth , middle or old ?
7- Do we know . What we actually want in our Life ?
8- What is the that, which I want to see before my life ends ?
by Colebabie 9 years ago
It's really hard to choose one or the other.
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by Grace Marguerite Williams 2 years ago
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by Leaderofmany 7 years ago
At what age did you feel the most fulfilled?
by Vishaaa 7 years ago
How you motivate yourself when you lose endlessly?When the sorrows are endless, If you fall in every step in your life , If you fail everyday, how you motivate yourself? Have you faced anything like this in your life? If then how you could over come?
by 910chris 6 years ago
Is it better to know a little about a lot, or a lot about some?
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