What do you find most rewarding in life and why?

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  1. Simplicity4All profile image68
    Simplicity4Allposted 6 years ago

    What do you find most rewarding in life and why?

  2. the clean life profile image79
    the clean lifeposted 6 years ago

    What is the most rewarding thing in my life at this very moment, is that I am able to continue to stay clean and sober since Oct. 2009 and I have finally beaten the demons that ran my life, and in fact others lives too, such as my family. I am free and will continue to stay strong and proud of what I have achieved, and that is my sobriety!

  3. Inspired to write profile image78
    Inspired to writeposted 6 years ago

    Hi Simplicity4All

    The most rewarding part of my life is waking up every single day realising there are amazing opportunities where ever we care to look for them.

    The most rewarding part of my life is being happy for whom I am & for my healthy thoughts.

    The most rewarding part of my life is keeping loving & positivity in my heart for myself & for others.

    The most important part of my life is my ability to help others that I can help leaving a positive enthusiasm.

    The most important part of my life is being just me!

    Great question by the way.
    Regards Dale

  4. echoe0021 profile image63
    echoe0021posted 6 years ago

    The most rewarding thing in life is love from yourself, family and friends.  Being able to be there for them by whatever means possible.  In my life, the most rewarding thing is being a father, however inept I am at doing so due to my financial status.  But the pride and love I have for my child is by far the most rewarding thing I have in my life.

  5. flashmakeit profile image68
    flashmakeitposted 6 years ago

    love and an icome.
    If you have someone to love all the hardship you face are easier to bare it can be love from church members too.
    If you have an income buy some things you need and pay bills.

  6. Curiad profile image78
    Curiadposted 6 years ago

    I think that for me, the best reward is being able to help others, especially children. It is not every day that I am able to accomplish this, but when it happens the feeling is the best reward I could ever ask for.

  7. kj force profile image71
    kj forceposted 6 years ago

    Having the privledge of serving in the Medical field for over 38 years and making a difference , having a great family, being able to retire write/publish books  based on  personal experiences, observations, relationships with family,friends and society in general as my subjects AND they still speak to me.My purpose in life, I feel, is to get my words of thought out so others can realize they are NOT alone..and not  to take lifes' "quirks " too serious.... so says ...weedbychoice

  8. athena2011 profile image55
    athena2011posted 6 years ago

    Spending time with friends and family is the absolute best. It's nice to have people who you are comfortable with and who you know love you and vice versa.

  9. wonderingwoolley profile image55
    wonderingwoolleyposted 6 years ago

    I really find it rewarding to serve others. I love to see people smile, or watch them calm down after being upset with a situation that I helped them to fix. Passing on hope and generosity is really fulfilling to me. Sharing my life and helping others is incredibly rewarding.

  10. greekiegrl25 profile image57
    greekiegrl25posted 6 years ago

    Waking up to see my husband and my son! Oh yea and the little kicks in my tummy wink Im expecting and due April 21 with my second son! Couldn't feel more blessed!

  11. billybuc profile image87
    billybucposted 6 years ago

    That's an easy one for me: loving and being loved. I have boiled my life down to its simplest components; I had to in order to survive after almost drinking myself to death five years ago.  Now my life is pretty darn simple and I have never been happier.

  12. moonfairy profile image79
    moonfairyposted 6 years ago

    I love the feeling I get when I've helped someone and I also love the concept of paying it forward....it's such a cool thing and when the opportunity arises I grab it and run with it.

  13. Melissa Althen profile image94
    Melissa Althenposted 6 years ago

    I really enjoy watching my children learn. I get to be a teacher in my own way every day.

  14. mary-deo profile image56
    mary-deoposted 6 years ago

    For me the most rewarding achievement in life is being true to yourself smile)

  15. devildog4u profile image54
    devildog4uposted 6 years ago

    My family. Is as simple as that. It is a pleasure to get home and be in their company. Spending time with them is wonderful. The next in line is helping someone. Helping someone when they are really in need. That exasperated look on someones face when they can't get the lug nuts of the wheel of a flat tire and you step up and help them. When they offer you money, you decline and say "pass it on my friend". That gives me pleasure. A non gratuitous act that becomes viral. "Service is the rent we pay for the space we take up on earth...some of us are behind on our rent". I heard that somewhere in my life and it stuck with me all of these days. I do for my wife and children out of love and expect nothing in return and yet I get everything anyway...

  16. researchpapers profile image57
    researchpapersposted 6 years ago

    The most rewarding achievement in my life or you can say the best was to makes my family and friends happy by helping them in each and every things because i had a nature to makes everyone's smile and happy ever after.

  17. Nasia IAm UniQue profile image57
    Nasia IAm UniQueposted 6 years ago

    i find natural talent the most rewarding in life because it has brought others fame and fortune...... and if you have fame and fortune, you would be able to take better care of your family rather than working two jobs to make ends barely meet, i also find religion to be rewarding because if you dont have jesus, you will not have a chance in surviving life's pressures and temptations.

    #N. E. A. IAm UniQue'#

 
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