What is the meaning of LIFE? Life is simple. Life is about living, loving, learning, earning, sharing and ultimately being happy.
The meaning of life for many, is a complex and subjective concept that varies from person to person. Different individuals and cultures have different beliefs, philosophies, and perspectives on the purpose and meaning of human existence. For some, the meaning of life may be found in religious or spiritual beliefs, such as fulfilling a divine purpose or attaining enlightenment.
Others may find meaning in personal achievements, relationships, love, family, or the pursuit of knowledge and personal growth. Some philosophical perspectives suggest that individuals create their own meaning and purpose in life through their actions, values, and contributions to society. Ultimately, the meaning of life is a deeply personal and introspective question that each person must explore and define for themselves.
Life is good. When we are happy, we want life to continue. When we have our loved ones around us, we also want to be with them. When we have the ability to accomplish and we have goals, we aspire to live a healthy life and to get things done.
I haven’t met a single person who is happy and healthy, who wants to end his/her life. Each of us have a gnawing need for UNITY, COMMUNICATION, and EXPLORATION (three of the basic needs of humanity) and therefore continuity.
We do have a built-in gauge of “acceptance” as to when it is time to say goodbye to our corporeal world. We begin to get fragile and old. For the fortunate ones, they only experience their body deteriorate, but there are those unfortunate ones where the deterioration begins with their minds.
Disciplined lifestyles, science and technology have increased our life expectancy. Let us take advantage of this gift of ever increasing longevity.
As we become the elders of our generation, our obligation should no longer be towards material and intellectual prosperity, but instead it should be towards SPIRITUAL prosperity. It becomes our obligation to uphold the principles of Universal Stewardship. No longer about what organizations teach to propagate their membership.
As elders, it is our duty to rally humanity together in the fight for human rights and equality, advocating for equal opportunities for all. Sadly, many organizations and governments fail to prioritize these principles. Let us unite in this cause, making the pursuit of human rights a shared goal, ultimately leading us towards spiritual prosperity.
In this pursuit, we must strive to create a world where equal opportunities are available to all individuals, regardless of their background or circumstances. It is a collective responsibility to challenge the societal norms that perpetuate inequality and work towards a more inclusive and just society. By coming together and embracing this cause, we can pave the way for a better future, where human rights are respected and upheld, and where every individual can flourish and contribute to the progress of our shared humanity.
Rather than being bound by the limitations imposed by organization and governments, we have the power to shape our own destiny and create a world that reflects the values of compassion, empathy, and fairness. It is through our actions, advocacy, and dedication to universal principles that we can bring about meaningful change and leave a positive impact on future generations.
As we embark on this journey, it is important to recognize the significance of our roles as elders. We possess wisdom, experience, and the ability to inspire and guide others. Let us use our collective influence and knowledge to educate and empower individuals, fostering a deep sense of understanding, respect, and appreciation for the rights and dignity of all human beings.
The fight for human rights and equality is a challenging yet worthy cause that aligns with the true essence of our humanity. It requires us to never maliciously deprive others and instead come together, embracing our shared values, to create a legacy of compassion, justice, and spiritual prosperity for future generations. This fight involves recognizing the dignity of every individual, standing against discrimination, and advocating for equal opportunities and rights. By uniting and working towards a society that values fairness, empathy, and diversity, we can build a better world that upholds the principles of human rights for all.
Remember, the meaning of life is not a singular answer but a journey of self-discovery and the pursuit of personal fulfillment and collective progress.
Last Updated on May 27, 2023