“Life is what you make it.
Always was and always will be.” Grandma Moses
Hum, great quote from an awesome artist. But honestly, it speaks so much truth. Yet, we sometimes do not know what life is about and what is the purpose in life.
We have so many questions and if you are a deep thinker then you might get yourself into philosophical thoughts and certainly religion can give us many thoughts about the purpose in life.
We can ask ourselves many questions and sometimes too many if you ask me. But to each their own and to each is a different path to get to that end, to find your purpose in life. You might ask some of these questions, but for me, I will reiterate Grandma Moses words, Life is what you make of it. Always was and always will be.
So, if you must ask these questions and seek the answers, but do not just ask with your mind, go into your heart and ask these soul searching questions.
What is the meaning of life?
What’s it all about? Who are we?
Why are we here?
What are we here for?
What is the origin of life?
What is the nature of life?
What is the nature of reality?
What is the purpose in life?
What is the purpose of one’s life?
What is the significance of life?
What is meaningful and valuable in life?
What is the value of life?
What is the reason to live?
What are we living for?
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Silence, what is it?
Why do we always think we need noise and busyness? Find your heart and soul in silence and you will find the Creator of Silence as He pours His Love and Mercy into your being.
We need to find God, and he cannot be found in noise and restlessness.
- God is the friend of silence. See how nature – trees, flowers, grass- grows in the quiet; see the stars, the moon and the sun, how they move quietly… We need silence to be able to touch souls.
- Silence is the genius of fools and one of the virtues of the wise.
– Bernard de Bonnard
- The gift of self attracts in return the mercy of God; humility increases the soul’s capacity for grace; silence protects the efficacy of God’s action in side the soul. St. Teresa of Avila
- “God works His divine operations in silence.” St John of the Cross
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