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Is life meant to be lived as poetry?

People often pass their entire lives by,
having never questioned what really was it all about!

They are born into systems which indoctrinate them into a certain kind of life and they begin to believe that that itself is the way to live!

But, there is no way to live!

Our star will end one day! Our sun is going to die!
And if that is so, then what is all of this meant for?
What is life meant for?

Does any of this have any meaning?

Well, the simplest of answers would be
that we’re here to merely stroll the earth and experience the things that cross our path.

It is just as simple as that!

Aspirations are a result of societal and capitalistic brainwashing.
One dreams to live a dream as if it’ll stay forever when actually everything will vanish into thin air sooner or later.
One is not meant to live any dream.
Psychological paradises exist nowhere but in the mind.

Or at least, living a dream should simply mean doing that activity till you live.
Thus, even if one wishes to live a dream,
then it should be done to please none but one’s own self.

Life is to be made interesting only in your own eyes.

Try to impress the world and you’ll die a million deaths!

One should aim to simplify life as much as one can, and then shall spend it with and in peace, doing the things they love most.

And if one wishes to aim higher,
then why not try to become a masterpiece and turn your life into poetry?

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  1. “Well, the simplest of answers would be
    that weโ€™re here to merely stroll the earth and experience the things that cross our path”
    Very well articulated! Simple, beautiful and on pointโ™ฅ๏ธ

    I’m really enjoying reading your posts. Thanks for connecting๐Ÿ˜Š
    Have a good day!!

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