What is your Philosophy of life . ?

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[b]everyone has its own philosophy of life, like stumped, thoughts, creating something new.
As my philosophy is do something new in every coming moment.
Think about the world and live your life accordingly the nature.
We will have try to understand the thoughts of everyone.
Try to do something new and beneficial to others.
Whatever, life has been leaving behind everything since you came in the world/or since you born, never forget your past, but by seeing your past be ready for the difficulties of the future.
Hope for the good but be ready for the bad.
After all keep enjoy your life because you have only one time life and do everything in you life.
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From my point of view the philosophy of life is be always happy and makes the others to live happy. Always work hard for getting your goal.

roarmeow ,I like this strict Positivity ?
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Good things don't come for free...LOL
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Life is similar to driving. On the off chance that you set a goal and keep the street, eventually you achieve it. Yet when you don't even know the end ... where would you like to arrive? Likewise, in the event that you speed, you may wreck your auto or others' autos, get a ticket or even get busted ... anyway likewise its the best way to stretch out beyond different autos. In the event that you don't take the risk, then don't hope to be in front. Presently stays to ponder which is the last end of the line of this race .... actually, that remaining parts to be seen ... still i'm persuaded that it wont be over, however simply a fresh start.
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Always work hard.
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i just think that life is fun.. life is like a cigeretee... if you wanna enjoy it ..enjoy it as much as you can otherwise it will be finish at one stage
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you say your philosophy of life is to always follow your heart. Be prepared to be asked for more details about how that philosophy helped you in the past and how it's relevant for the position to which you are applying.
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8 years later my philosophy of life hasn't changed, and there still is no spoon.

ATNO/TW wrote:
My philosophy of life has been rather consistant for over thirty years now. It's a combination of quotes I have gathered over time that describe my thoughts on life. They are as follows in no particular order:

1. Love the Lord your God with all your heart, soul, mind and strength, and love your neighbor as yourself.
2. Every man(person) has the inward tendancy to become exactly as he perceives himself to be.
3. If you don't get what you want in life, you'll have exactly what you deserve.
4. The only constant is change.
5. Knowledge is power
6. There is no spoon.
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My philosophy of life is to live a life with pleasure, but at the same time not to harm anyone. If a man can not do good, it is better that he did not do anything and it is important not to do bad things.
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Money makes the world go round so let's get more :D
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Dangles wrote:
Think of yourself as the best at everything. (This is an internal feeling, I don't mean you should be running around pedantically telling everyone how something should be done).

By thinking you are the best at what ever you are doing causes two possible reactions to a situation.

1) When you do a good job at something, your ego doesn't get inflated, because you expect yourself to have done a good job.

2) When you don't do a good job at something it bothers you that much more, since how could someone who is the best at it make that mistake. Thereby making sure I don't make that mistake again.


Philosophy of Marcus Aurelius - a very good philosophy to follow. You may enjoy his published journal: The Meditations of Marcus Aurelius

Some philosophies I attempt to follow:
Use socratic questioning to teach and to learn. Statements bare little opportunity for thoughtful provocation. Questions; those will affect both how you teach, and how you learn.

Only actions can empower goals and convey intent. Words are meaningless; they can be honest or deceitful. Use actions, not words.

If you are to use words, use them as arrows to shoot towards your goal. (As seen in my signature since the inception of my account here on ozzu :))
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Nothing is for free.
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A good question and great replies!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Life is simple, it's just not easy.
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"Why are we here and what happens after we die?" is a question pondered by man for hundreds of thousands of years. Moving into the 21st century, science is still no closer to an answer. What is the purpose of life, is there life after death, reincarnation or do we just cease to be? Most people seek religion for answers but for those unable to answer such an important question with a belief, can faithless philosophies give structure, purpose and an explanation to our life's we so desperately need?

WHAT WE DO KNOW

We do know that everyone exhibits their own personality from birth. That personality could be any part of genetics, our experience in the womb before birth, or if there is such a thing, our existence before conception.

From the moment of birth what we experience and learn defines who we become and how we behave. Even experiences that can't be recalled cognitively end up deep rooted in our subconscious and effect who we are. If there is an afterlife then the effects of what we experienced in life not only become part of us, but part of our soul. Could, to learn and experience things in life be why we are here? If so even bad experiences as tough as they are to go through could be looked at afterward as being positive in a way that helps us understand and develop.

Most religions teach us to have good values, and ethics. Wouldn't it be better if we did this not out of fear, or promise of rewards in an afterlife but because what we learned and experienced made us the kind of person that wants to.

THE UNIVERSAL PHILOSOPHY

My philosophy is simple and designed to give purpose and meaning to life with or without a spiritual outcome.

Imagine an empty circle. The outline of the circle represents you at conception and is made up of genetics, and if there is such a thing, our existence before conception and previous incarnations. The purpose in life is to learn and fill the circle with as many experiences as you can.

Should there be an afterlife the circle represents your soul. If you are doing a good job filling the circle you can take comfort that you are most likely living your life in a way that follows the teachings of any respectful God.

If after death we simply cease to exist, the circle represents your brain. In this unfavorable outcome you can still take comfort in knowing that you are living your "one life" in an ethical way and to it's full potential.

Either way, What a full and satisfying life you will have!

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