Try not to let fear make your decisions instant try to make decisions like a Christian.
Don't be afraid of the Dark and seek to understand the Light!
Appreciate nature, cultivate kindness and mercy, be a channel for love and wisdom to the best of your ability, but when you can only choose one, choose love.
Live each day as if it were your last, and be the best that you can be, in a caring and sharing mind set.
Know yourself and do what you think is right.
Learn the way of enlightenment where we will lead a better lives.
Work hard; play hard! Live like a rock star...enjoy as much as you can; don't be so afraid or worry too much - have fun but be responsible - do something great if you can, but otherwise enjoy even the simple things of life. When in pain, afterwards, try to recover as quickly as you can...
Respect all, learn from mistake and change to be better, know when to fear and hide.
There is a couple of life philosophies that I really like;
1. Shouldn't be, but it's
2. Anything is possible and everything is
by Catherine Kane 6 years ago
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by EinsFloW 6 years ago
Do you think that philosophy is as important as, let's say, economics?
by rusticyeti 7 years ago
What is your philosophy on how people should live?
by M Carnahan 5 years ago
Looking back, are there any moments in your life that had the potential to change your life immensely but you walked away from it? For me, I had the chance to study abroad for free but passed it up because of a relationship. Silly, silly me.
by Emile R 5 years ago
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by Emile R 5 years ago
Character assassination appears to be the tactic most frequently used by those who want to ensure that only currently accepted scientific theories are used to draw conclusions in the realm of religion and philosophy. Standard terms used to describe the individual, or group of individuals, who...
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