A Second Chance Of Life

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Introduction If you got a second chance at life would you live it? If for some miracle life was given back to you, would you accept it with open arms? Would you find your wings and dive to earth with a smile on your face? What about you? Yes, you! How would you feel about a second chance? Would it be meaningful to you, or would it just be another absolute right? I have loads of questions for him. He who’s name shall remain unknown. Yes, I decided on my own will that he is definitely a boy. How could he not be? This question never seems to grasp my attention for more than a second. I could not give you a valid reason for my assumption, because it is not just an assumption to me, but actual reality that thrives only in my mind. Let’s start with this question, what is life and what does it mean to you? I have never been able to answer that question, well, in a way I deemed accurate. Life, L.I.F.E, TO LIVE, TO HAVE WILL, TO FUNCTION, TO BE APART OF, TO HAVE BREATH, TO DANCE, TO SING, TO LOVE, TO HURT. Here is what I think of that question. I think it is unfair to ask anyone such a question. I have not taken much time to…show more content…
Faith, F.A.I.T.H, believe it or not faith is changeable and after it is either accepted or changed the present is as is. The present, it awaits us with all its consequences. There is one thing I still do not understand, if the future is yet to come, but the present resides with us and the past is constantly passing, then where is ‘time’? It seems we are always living in all three simultaneously. The past is a second ago, the future a second coming and the present between the past and the future. (The second that has passed, and the second that is to come), so with this in mind, what time do we have to make decisions? Especially those that request large portions of our future grieve. Since one cannot tell the future, the second that is to come how can we prepare for

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