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A Philosophy of Life

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A philosophy of life is what your morals are and what you believe in. First off everything in life is meaningful, and has a purpose. Everyone should help another person at least once a week. Even if it's out of their way. When I do something I make sure that it can benefit me as well as others. Sometimes the only way you're happy with something is if you do it yourself. Everyone should believe in some religion. I believe in all work and no play makes jack a dull boy. That is absolutely true if you don't have fun every now and then you will turn into a robot. Religion should be a part of everyone's life even if you don't go to church, but it doesn't run my life. I try to think about things before I do them. I help people out every day. If you think about pleasing the masses then, you might get an unjust answer. If you please individuals, with in reason, you will get a better result. People should learn to accept them selves for what they are and not try to become what they are not. When I am in trouble or rewarded I accept whatever is coming my way. It's not what you do its how you go about doing it. I work to benefit others as well as my self. The world would be a better place if everyone would help anyone who wanted to be helped. Humans cause most of the pain and suffering of in the world. The simple pleasures in life are what make it great. The happiness and success of myself and those around me are very important. My meaning of life is still cloudy, my days are but young, and have many to come, it will clear in time.



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