Life is a journey
Life is a journey that you take from the day you’re born until the day you die. … The quality of your life and achievements depend on the number of quality questions you ask yourself. There are three basic questions that you have to ask yourself.
To understand the purpose of life we first need to understand how life progresses? First of all, life doesn’t end with death. Death is just the end of a chance given to a soul to learn and correct itself in the form of a body. The soul will again be given many chances with every life form it’ll take.
The journey of the soul goes on irrespective of the births we take and the deaths we face. With every life, we experience a few things and learn from those experiences. If we refuse to learn a particular lesson from a particular experience then we’ll again face the same circumstances in the next life and this will continue to happen till the time we learn what we were supposed to learn from that particular experience.
For example, a common person who is not violent only because he has been violent in some past life and has learned the lesson that it is not good to be a violent person unless circumstances compel you to do so. In the same manner, if someone is very calm, it means that he has seen it all and has learned to be calm under trying circumstances.
Once you have learned a lesson, you are done with that aspect of life. Then you’ll move to the next learning. Let me quote you two examples from my life, how I learned my lessons?
- Life is a mirror and will reflect back to the beholder, what the beholder thinks into it.
- Life is a large beautiful garden waiting for you to tend it.
- Life is a blank check, waiting for you to fill in the numbers.
- Life is an incredible journey, not a destination.
- Life is a path that immediately breaks into two paths; one narrow and winding, and the other one wide.
- Life is like a hidden chest of treasure, waiting for you to find it.
- Life is a lonely journey, where there are no signposts — only stopovers.
- Life is a long tunnel; where you can see the light at the end, but can’t touch it.
- Life is a treacherous journey, best traveled in pairs.
- Life is a mystery to be unraveled; and if you spend your entire life trying to unravel it, you will regret why you didn’t live it instead.
- Life is inherently risky. There is only one big risk you should avoid at all costs, and that is the risk of doing nothing.
- Life is wonderful and attracts pleasant experiences and surprises; and you are the one to command it.
- Life was made to be enjoyed; not to be regretted.
- Life is like a magic carpet; it flies with your imagination.
- Life is what happens to you while you’re busy sleeping.
- Life is a progress, and not a situation or station.
- Life is like a camera; just focus on what’s important and capture the moment; develop the negatives; and if things don’t work out, just take another shot.
- Life is like one long lesson whose syllabus is continuously updated.
- Life is something to be enjoyed; not endured.
- Life is like a series of movies divided into genres; thriller, drama, horror, comic, romance, tragic, mystery, science-fiction, cowboy, detective, etc.
- Life is like a long, fictional novel whose end is known before the beginning.
- Life is about making dreams come true.
- Life is like a beautiful melody; only the lyrics are messed up.
- Life is like a performance, and you are just one of the actors.
- Life is like an orchestra; everything must be in harmony, otherwise, the song is spoiled.
- Life is like a rainbow; it’s for us to enjoy before it fades away.
- Life is like a book; some chapters are sad, some happy, and some exciting.
- Life is like the wind; it comes from nowhere, anyone can feel it but no one can touch it, it blows through everything and it goes somewhere we don’t know…
- Life is like a river; constantly flowing here and there; turbulent and unforgiving; spreading everywhere…
- Life is like poetry which needs a melody; So, you decide whether you want it to be sad or you want it to be a romantic comedy; it’s always your song, and it’s always in your own way; So why does it matter what the world has to say?