Do you really truly enjoy life in all it's fullness? How? or why not?

  1. fred allen profile image61
    fred allenposted 7 years ago

    Do you really truly enjoy life in all it's fullness? How? or why not?

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    Phoebe Pikeposted 7 years ago

    Yes and no. There are aspects of my life that I live to the fullest, but there are also parts I allow to take the short end of the stick. I put my family and my fiance first, then my education/work, then volunteering and finally everything else goes below those. I know that I could be much further in life, financially, if I allowed work to be number one. But I also know that in 20 years I won't look back and regret having a family and friends because I know that they are more important than anything else. I enjoy spending time with my sisters, my brother and I enjoy volunteering. I feel like I could do more, but I also know that living requires rest and so I don't use every minute to do something "productive" because health is also important.

    Life is here to be lived, I live it like I want to because no one really survives it anyway.

  3. terced ojos profile image67
    terced ojosposted 7 years ago

    Life in its fullness?

    Life in its fullness means different things to different people. It also applies to different periods and chapters of peoples lives.

    I know people who think a sack of marijuana, a bag of jalapeno cheeto's and a can of pepsi is life in all its fullness.

    Life in all its fullness is relative to the individual.