'Life is hope and hope is life. When there is no hope, life cannot go on. But remember, hope can never truly disappear. It is always there, waiting for you to catch it again. Hence, there is no time where life just cannot go on. Its whether you want it to. Infact, life feeds off will and will comes from hope.'
'Life is like a flashlight, people seem to like the light, but they hate life, they don't realize when turning on and off the flashlight life is happening, like turn on a flashlight and pretend it's your life, the moment you either turn off the flashlight or the battery dies that your life dying..'
'What is the source of morality? Perhaps the following: •A long life is more valuable than a short life. •A short life can be forgiven. Using this principle, the only way to be blamed is if one lives a medium-size life. But such is ridiculous by any standard! Therefore, if we have a standard (longevity or forgiveness) , we are forgiven. But there is no getting rid of the standard. Hence morality.'
(- -Nathan Coppedge, the key to morality and ethics (contained in Spiritual Writings Entry #169) , May 2016.)
Live life how you want too, Live life to the fullest, Live life to the greatest, when you live life how you want to and to the fullest and greatest you will understand how to live life and what it means to live it! !
Humility is recognizing that our life, all that we have as resources, and all talents are gifts from God meant to be used to bless our lives and the lives of others. Humility is living in submission to a divine presence, that summons us to use what we have to uphold and protect our life and the life of others.
(reflecting on essence of humility in relation to human pride.)
It is not in the world of ideas that life is lived. Life is lived for better or worse in life, and to a man in life, his life can be no more absurd than it can be the opposite of absurd, whatever that opposite may be.
(Archibald MacLeish (1892-1982), U.S. poet. repr. In "Return from the Excursion," Riders on Earth (1978). "Heaven and Earth and the Cage of Form," Rockefeller University Forum (January-February 1968).)