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  • Speech: Take Risks and Live Life to its Fullest

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    Speech: Take Risks and Live Life to its Fullest Good morning ladies and gentlemen, today I am here to talk to you about a quote that Punch Imlach once said, he said that “a ship in harbour is safe, but that is not what ships are built for.” I think he is trying to say that one should not live their life in fear and that humans in general need to take more risks. Fear comes in many forms, there is fear of embarrassment, failure, and injury. These are the three main fears that keep people from achieving

  • Pacemakers Allow Millions to Live Life to the Fullest

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    Pacemakers Allow Millions to Live Life to the Fullest I always thought that pacemakers were for old people or people that had really serious heart conditions. My opinion of that drastically changed last summer after my then eighteen year old friend had to have one implanted. I never new how pacemakers worked or what they did, I just knew that you could not ride roller coasters if you have one. My fascination with pacemakers all started last summer. It was right after graduation and my friends

  • Socrates and Epicurus - Live Life Without Fear of Death

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    For instance, couldn't death be an eternity of sta... ... middle of paper ... ...nd void, the soul is a material thing that ceases to exist when the body dies. So I don't fear death since I will just simply cease to exist. Being able to live life without fear of death would vastly improve people's dispositions. I think we all should take a cue from Epicurus' argument and seize the day, rather than wasting our time on irrational fears. Works Cited Epicurus. The Epicurus Reader:

  • One Life to Live (soap opera)

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    One Life to Live is a soap opera broadcasted on the ABC channel on the weekdays. I started to watch this show when I was a sophomore in high school, and when I used to come home from school, my mom would be watching it. That is how I got addicted to it. The story takes place in a town called Llanview. One Life to Live appeals to many viewers because the show keeps the viewers hanging onto the episode’s next scene. The viewers know that if they watch the last scenes of one episode, then, the next

  • Something to Live for: Life Itself

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    should fear never beginning to live" (Aurelius). For Monsieur Meursault, it is not until he faces death, that he truly begins to live. In The Stranger, Camus portrayed Meursault as a nihilistic man, devoid of concern for social norms that govern others. He was a character who had no beliefs, ideals, or morals; however as life progresses, Meursault changes in that he begins to recognize the importance of freedom, the significance of companionship, and the value of life, as seen during his imprisonment

  • Live Your Life

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    towards life and what defines one will create a feeling of peace. Living your life can bring good and bad regrets, but by the choice we make can bring happiness, and a meaningful life. The goal of this essay is to show what credo I live by and what defines me as a person. Having the power to live with the choices I had made, determination towards a goal, and finding a deeper meaning to life. When growing up in this day, with many of our fellow men and women trying to get a taste of the good life. They

  • How to Live a Long Life

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    a long, healthy life? Fortunately, it is much easier to achieve this dream today, in a world that is more technologically and medically advanced than ever before. Because of these favorable advances, the life expectancies in most countries have increased. It is not enough, however, to solely rely on technology and medicine to increase your life expectancy. In order to make your dream a reality, you need to take a few additional steps. To improve your chances of living a long life, you should eat

  • Americans Live A Comfortable Life Essay

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    Americans live a comfortable life but could it go to the extent to where it’s an almost ‘‘too easy’’ life? It’s obvious that most Americans live a comfortable life with little burden to live with. When compared to those who unwillingly have a lot of burdens to live with it may seem ‘‘too easy’’ but is it really ‘‘too easy’’? Americans don’t think they live ‘’too easy(ily)’’ but grasping burdens others have to carry they seem clueless. In conclusion, Americans live a ‘‘too easy’’ life where they lack

  • To Know Oneself; To Live an Examined Life

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    an area in need of improvement and accepting the action necessary for successful development. In developing an identity and living an examined life, it is important to engage in internal reflection and evaluation for the benefit of truly knowing oneself. With this inner insight and personal identity, an individual can lead a successful and meaningful life. True personal progress can only be fully achieved through the procedural acquisition of awareness and acceptance and the performance of the action

  • Meaning Of Life In Susan Wolf's The Meanings Of Lives

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    The Meanings of Lives Wolf’s “The Meanings of Lives”, states a meaningful life must have some subjective and objective element to it and must be somewhat successful; Wolf’s idea of subjectivity is that projects and activities eventually make life meaningful. The projects must fulfill certain circumstances on the subjective and objective side. I’m going to introduce Wolf’s “fitting fulfillment” idea, raise a point against it and argue her idea, that success defines a meaningful life. According to