The Importance Of Human Life

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There are five processes on which no human being has control and which none can ever change. These are the process of growing old, of falling sick, of dying, of decay of things that are perishable and of the passing away of that which is liable to pass. From a scientific point of view this is true. We know cell divisions take place in each living being continuously. Old cells in our bodies die and yield place continuously to the new ones that are forming. Like the waves in a sea, every moment, many thoughts arise and die in each individual. Observing how we do what we do, the struggles we put ourselves through, the drama, the pain and the suffering. I mean, when I look around, I see a lot of struggling—in my own life and in the lives of others. It seems like, even though there’s an abundance of goodness…show more content…
That they live as if they will never die, and they die as if they had never lived..." Me -As a parent, what are some of life's lessons you want children to learn?" God-To learn that a rich person is not the one who has the most, but is one who needs the least. But will that day ever arrive? You and I both know how this game goes: the wanting for more never ends; and happiness will always appear to be just a reach away, We buy into the empty promises of cosmetics and luxury products—all of which are illusions fabricated by marketers. We surround ourselves with anxiety, stress and depression. Failing to recognize these “diseases” and uncomfortable emotions are our soul’s way of saying, “Wake up! It’s time for a change. This isn’t working.” Have courage for the great sorrows in life, and patience for the small ones. Always remember-A man can be happy with any woman as long as he does not love her.Always forgive your enemies, nothing annoys them so much-The face of the enemy frightens me only when I see how much it resembles
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