Does the life we live actually exist? Life swirls to fall into place through every passing moment of time, its essence flows like blood inside the world’s veins, but what is this essence and how does it reflect history to shape who and what we are today? Humans are but surreal buckets of DNA, naturally cloned billions of times over to create the human race. This human race though, what is it? We are unlike any other species, we have complex language, literature, quantum physics and microwavable
WHY MUST MAN LIVE A MORAL LIFE BY EMMANUEL IWUH C. (DI/400) Being a term paper submitted to the department of philosophy, Dominican Institute of Philosophy and Theology Samonda, Ibadan, for the award of B.A. degree in Philosophy. COURSE: INTRODUCTION TO ETHICS CODE: PHI/302 LECTURER: FR. EMMANUEL NNADOZIE JAN., 2012 INTRODUCTION Morality is subsumed under the branch of philosophy known as Ethics. Ethics being that aspect of philosophy which
decreases as we get older so we become more distractible. Working-memory or the ability to hold information in mind for a brief period of time to perform some task (such as following driving instructions or figuring out how much to tip) may become harder. An observer would see confusion or problems in thinking things through. Long-term memory is affected, but it’s not that information is forgotten, just that it cannot be retrieved. (clutter?) Information-processing speed or how quickly we perceive
Earth an individual human lifetime is a mere blink of an eye. We're born, we live, and we die--and then we are "heard no more". Death is like a dreamless sleep from which we will never awake, our consciousness snuffed out forever . If this life is all there is, what is the point of living? If we're all going to be dead in the end anyway, what difference does it make what we do with our lives? We may influence the lives of others, but they too are doomed to death. In a few generations most of our
Spice for the Good Life by Brad Wilburn Finding the good life requires tolerance of human variety. In his great treatise on how to achieve happiness, the Nicomachean Ethics, Aristotle compares our attempts to live good lives to an archer's attempt to aim an arrow properly. The archer is more likely to hit the right mark if he has a target to aim at, and, similarly, we are more likely to live a good life if we have knowledge about what makes a human life good. Lives are much more complex
Where I Live and What I Live For Life, as we know it, something we cannot take for granted, nor can we be afraid to live it with every breath we take. Life is something we are given to show the world what we are capable of achieving and how we adapt to what is put in our way. Life is an obstacle course waiting to be weathered. How we approach this mischievous course all depends on two great factors. You first need to establish a point at which you feel comfortable living, and build upon this
We were fooled by this world to be tested
and now were free to love
They communicate through lights, I saw a flash on the moon and the sky!
How we got here is not the question but how we get out!
How to fix the problems in the hell we kept alive will enlighten us all .
Be your hero, so we can have our wishes to come true
We have a higher consciousness which has wanted to spread the awakening along with others.
choose life not death
& believe in destiny
control our lives before we realize it. Constantly stressing over work and bills that the anxiety clouds our perception and you forget what you once lived for. Your personality transforms into one that is not your own and you become frustrated with life. As I walk the halls at school I observe the interactions of all the people. With most everyone it is the same. They are insecure and develop many misconceptions about their peers.control our lives before we realize it. Constantly stressing over work
WE LIVE TO DIE We often take our lives for granted especially when we're young. We think we're going to live forever. But, from one moment to the next, nobody knows what will happen. A person could be alive and well one moment and dead the next, this shows the value of life and the uncertainties of death. Death is the great unknown, and that's why it's so frightening. We need to know how to live in freedom, not being imprisoned by the future and not being carried away by things in the present. When
The quest for the elixir of life has been going on throughout history. In every civilisation, there are myths which depict heroes and heroines who live long lives, some even forever. There is also recorded history of men and women, called alchemists, who experimented to discover means by which people could live forever; or at least for very long times. Mod¬em medicine too aims to prolong lives — often even of very sick per¬sons with no hope of recovery from their ailments. In fact, one of the signs