What are the greatest parts of living?

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  1. SerenityHalo profile image96
    SerenityHaloposted 4 years ago

    What are the greatest parts of living?

  2. pippap profile image86
    pippapposted 4 years ago

    The freebies!  Cool clear water to drink, crisp clean air to breathe, food to forage if desired, breathtaking scenery almost everywhere you look...

    My favourite way to recharge is to take a day and wander through our local parkland.  I am fortunate to live in an area that has it all - mountains, plains, forests, water - you name we have it AND it's all free for those who care to look.

  3. gmwilliams profile image87
    gmwilliamsposted 4 years ago

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    Having enough money to live a luxuriant life and not having to worry about the necessities.  In fact, having the amount of money to live a human LIFE, not a struggling EXISTENCE. Being fully mentally and physically agile.   Living life freely and on one's own terms, not depending upon nor answering to anyone. Being surrounded by family(not necessarily blood relatives but those of mutual respect and commonality) who cares about one and have no preset conditions which one must adhere to.

    It is realizing past mistakes but not dwelling upon them but using such mistakes as learning and growth opportunities. It is ultimately living well and fulfilling one's dreams. It is saying upon death's door that one's life was one's own script, not following anyone's script as to how one's life should be.

  4. manatita44 profile image82
    manatita44posted 4 years ago

    Experience. In that experience lies joy and sorrow. The Soul came here for experience and it is this experience or struggle, that gives it meaning and pushes it along in the field of manifestation.

    There is no 'greatest parts' in the sense that in the darkness or suffering, the Light is still there. Only dimmer, if you like. But it helps in the advancement of the Soul just as much as spiritual experiences. (Happiness or the 'good' parts) One may indeed be filled with Peace and Beauty and the other comes with pain, but both ultimately helps the Soul on its upward march to oneness with God.

    So one can say:
    1. Realisation - the process of getting to know God. Of course this includes life's struggles and experiences.
    2. Revelation - the process of revealing God to others.
    3. Manifestation - the process of serving and glorifying the Divine in the universe in which we live. Much peace.

 
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