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Thoughts on Living

Updated on March 21, 2013

I don't think it matters when you start or where you start in your life writing or making an impact on the world. I think the important thing is to just start writing, reading, pursuing your interest and hobbies, helping, earning, loving, living life, experiencing, building. Don't just watch life and let everything pass you by, get out there and find out who you really are. Go after childhood dreams that you dreamt of going after when you were too young to take your life in your own hands. Just live your life. Work jobs and learn all the ends and outs of it all. I mean every little job you get...learn from it. If working at that job is not challenging enough go after other interest that you may be interested in. Those classes you took in school...especially high school. Think on them and really think about what you learned in all of them. Build on them. Did home economics spur your imagination, did you really get the gest of chemistry class and biology class? Did you find your self going over the classics for English class on your own time? Did you want to do way more than what was already required for class? Your chance to make a contribution to the world....chances are someone made a contribution to you in your life. A lot of people say, after earning from a job or their career for a while, "I want to give back". Give back now. Like if you see someone in need help them, pray for them,...something. You wont loose anything, if anything you will gain.


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      peachy 4 years ago from Home Sweet Home

      when i was young, i didn't know that i love baking. I hated my baking teacher. Now, I love baking and cooking. Never give up hope.