What are some things most people live life without enjoying? Most of the time, it is the small things in life. Many people go through life, focusing on a big grand picture, but fail to enjoy the little moments in life that make them happy for just a second or will amuse them for awhile. In my opinion, if you live life worrying about what people think about you, or changing your lifestyle to fit in then you are not really enjoying life.
I know this to be true because when I first moved to Heath, I was trying to fit in with people and made myself more like them rather than show them who I truly am. I realized quickly that if they didn’t like me for me then they were not the people I should hang out with. When I got into high school, I was acting more like myself and was enjoying the little things that made me laugh or made others laugh. That ranged from being able to crack a joke sometimes to even just enjoying the music in the library and dancing a little to have some fun. I really think that no matter what we do in life there should always be some time to do things that are just fun and they don’t have to be on a big scale of events.
One of the things I do is I compete in different athletic events, and there are times that the guys from the team will all go do something and I will just take off and go on my own and sit to watch the world around me, listening as the world carries on. Something I know that I am guilty of is living life in the fast lane and not realizing
“How, then should I live my life”? What constitutes a well-lived life in today’s society? Everyone has a different perspective about how an individual must live a well-lived life. Every individual has a unique life purpose. What might be considered important to one, might not be important to the other individual. For instance, acquiring a bachelor’s degree, a master’s degree or even a doctorate degree might be valuable in certain families while in others acquiring a high school diploma is sufficient. Even though, life is full of choices, individuals have different priorities in life. An individual must decide what matters the most, one cannot ignore certain issues if an individual wants a peaceful life. Living a well-lived life is characterized by focusing on one’s personality, live the present, creating
What makes life worth living? To build a life that's worth living, we have to all work together, be kind, learn more and be smart, we need to go get some money. We can all build a life that's worth living, we need to help and love each other not hate. We live in a real bad world of hate, killing, racism, kidnapping, bullying and many more horrible things. It's crazy what we go through and do in this world.
My life hasn't always been easy, from a young age I have seen more than some kids my age should. My story is not one that is one full of laughter and countless childhood memories,no, mine is one full of tragedy yet resilience because i am not my story my story is only a part of me.
“What do you want to be when you grow up?” My family always asked me. If I were doing what I thought I would be doing when I was a kid, I would be in Hollywood by now. I would be on the must see Thursday night comedy/drama show. This was my life long dream until I hit eighth grade I realized I was camera shy. So like everyone else it was onto the next passion, right? It took me until high school to appreciate how strong my passion for space was. Every night I would stare at the moon, more and more. Eventually, My love for the moon became a want to travel to the moon. “I’m going to make it up there one day” I would always say. Until someone my early junior year of high school told me to give it up because the space companies were gong down the whole, and by the time I would graduate I would have no job.
from then on my path was set. I had made my decision, I would run. Throughout my childhood I was always the short one. I could not say I was not athletic, but you would not see my making plays and scoring goals. I was always hesitant, worried for all of their safeties, worried for my own safety. Needles to say football was not my sport, but we will come back to that. I played almost every sport I could think of, I played Basketball, I played Baseball, I played Soccer, I played football, and almost every track event that they let me in. sadly, I wasn’t very good at any of them.
“We live by hope. We do not always get all we want when we want it. But we have to believe that someday, somehow, some way,it will be better and that we can make it so.” Hubert H. Humphrey. I am a true believer that as humans we interpret things completely different from one another no matter how ¨simple¨ a phrase or something may be. I interpret this quote as tomorrow will be better. I guess you can say I am one who tends to live in the future rather than the present. I am Rajveer Sahota and this is a little insight on me.
As a young adult, it is really difficult to define what a good life is. A “Good life” it's an expression that is interpreted differently by every individual. However, my humanities class helped me clarify my thoughts about how the term “good life” could be defined. A good life is living with ambition and creating new experiences with the ones you love the most. For me, a good life not only consist of me reaching my goals but it also lies on helping the people around me to reach their goals. Having the right values and priorities complement a gratifying life. During this journey, I have learned that analyzing several situations can lead to a great way of associating ideas and understanding certain events that take place in my life. Medicine is a very rigorous field of study, therefore I must hold the concept of a good life in order to achieve my goals and keep my priorities in the right order. Humanities has been a great base for me to develop the right mindset to pursue my career. For instance, the modules: “The True Purpose of a Liberal Education,” “Morality and Ethics,” “Happiness,” “Nature,” and “Life Affirmation,” were the ones that made the most significant impact on my perspective in life.
My dad has been there for me throughout all of my endeavors. Even through the hardest of times and he stood by my side. I have been in the legal system since I was in ninth grade. It has been a difficult battle for everyone in my family. It has been especially hard for my father because of financial aid. My father has been trying to quit his job for quite some time but is enable to because he wouldn't have the benefits of insurance for six months after starting that job. We need the insurance to pay for my treatment that has been required throughout all of my probation.
“ The time has come” mark 1:15 (For God so loved the world that he sent his only son to die on the cross for us, for all who believes will not perish but live to eternal life John 3:16) This is when I found out what it really means. I also found out who our real father is….. Do you know? statement
What is some things most people live life without enjoying? Most of the time, it is the small things in life. Many people go through life focusing on a big grand picture but fail to enjoy the little moments in life that make them happy for just a second or will amuse them for awhile. In my opinion if you live life worrying about what people think about you, or changing your lifestyle to fit in then you are not really enjoying life. I know this to be true because when I first moved to Heath, I was trying to fit in with people and made myself more like them rather than show them who I truly am. I realized quickly that if they didn’t like me for me then they were not the people I should hang out with. When I got into highschool, I was acting more like myself and was enjoying the little things that made me laugh or made others laugh. That ranged from being able to crack a joke sometimes to even just enjoying the music in the library and dancing a little to have some fun. I really think that no matter what we do in life there should always be some time to do things that are just fun and they don’t have to be on a big scale of events.
Hunched under a mango tree trying to find shade from the scorching sun as sweat drips from my scalp to my toes, sizzling as it hits the ground. Temperatures increase day by day in the summer I pray for rain to fall, looking at the stray animals on the roads in craving for water. I gaze off into the distance of barren acres of land, touching the dry, cracked soil and seeing lifeless crops perish due to the boiling heat that I was responsible for. As a boy living in the (countryside) rural areas of India in a middle-class household, everyone in the village was taught at a young age to start working. Even though I was the third child out of my four siblings it didn’t prevent my parents from making me work out in the fields. It was tough having to do manual labor like field tasks to feeding and taking care of the animals every day. As the rooster's crow, I wake up immediately and lay out my school uniform and shower, I brush my hair slicked back, put on my shoes and run off to school with my friends. I quit going to school until the 10th grade because back in the day my parents wouldn't care that much about education like today. It was more about harvesting corn in the summer to plant seeds in the winter. When I was around 20 years old my two older siblings got married and my family decided it was my turn. However, my father tried to encourage me to do something in life first and not sit at home and drink or smoke so he opened a pharmacy, that didn't work out so long due to my
According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, life is the sequence of physical and mental experiences that make up the existence of an individual. While the definition is technically correct, life is a force so complex that it cannot be governed by technicality and should be’s. Life is a journey that people embark upon because they are on a quest to discover the answer to their questions. The routes they take are determined by the question they are trying to answer. Many people spend their lives trying to answer the question, “What is life?’. In a way, this is a waste of time because “What is life?” is not the important question. Many people fail to realize that they never answer “What is life?” because they inadvertently gather evidence and conduct research to answer “What do I want in life?”. One’s answer to this question becomes his or her compass. The direction the person travels next depends on if he or she thinks that that road will result in him or her obtaining what he or she wants. The journey may seem obstacle-ridden and problematic; however, the true problem arises when one is at the crossroads of obtaining what he or she wants. Paradise Lost’s Eve proves that if one’s wants are the product of greed, he or she will suffer a great fall and end up with nothing; The Flea’s love interest proves that if one’s want is the result of wanting better for oneself, then he or she will simply experience an opportunity cost.
Life is like a game of volleyball, unpredictable yet predictable at the same time. The game of volleyball reflects the same ideas of what happens in my life. Thus, I created a setup of a volleyball game inside a shadow box to represent the parts of who I am. I made the volleyball net with white plastic canvas mesh, court lines with ribbon and players with some of my favorite pictures in the past. I chose this type of model because there are multiple sides to it. Only one side of it can be shown at a time but they are all there, this relates to how I present myself to others.
In my lifetime I have met lots of different people. Different races, genders, religions,and everything in between. One person in particular who has made the biggest impact on me goes by the name, Adrian. Adrian represents everything that I strive to be in life. Adrian to me symbolizes a person who works hard, happiness even when life is tough, and my career.
When I was in fourth grade, the age of ten, I was an insecure little girl. I would be embarrassed by the littlest things. If I did not sit up straight in class, have the latest new clothes or have the coolest new gadgets as everyone else. I felt very different than everyone else. My parents were not happily married like everyone else. But there was something very different about me when I would run I would have sharp knife jabbing pains in my right foot, so I would run with a skip in between each stride. Mainly after school when I got home after gym class. I would cry to my mom the sharp knife pains and how I got picked on for how I ran. I would complain for endless hours. Once my mom got sick and tired of hearing about my pains she decided to take me to the podiatrist.