January 22, 2013

January 22, 2013

What’s the reason to life, if one is meant to die then is there a true reason to the day to day life we live willingly? I think the answer is in the small, not the big. The things unnoticed, the small fragile things that make your day just a bit brighter weather you know it or not. When you make someone smile for a minute, that’s the reason to life. True happiness, no matter where you are or what you are doing, that’s the life we should all be living. Although we should, not all can do. Not everyone can live a life of happiness. Why, because their sorrow drowns out all the rest. The mess of their life is what fills them with what I call depression. This is why it’s our duty to make those who are not, happy for just a minute, just a second because it’s our duty. It’s our duty as human beings to at least try, to make an attempt to drown out that sorrow with happiness. Even if it’s only for a second, that second can last a life time because that second can spark something inside someone and maybe that spark will ignite into pure and honest happiness. That is the reason to life, the pure and unexplainable happiness that can burst like fireworks on a hot summer or be as cool and relaxing as a breeze during an august evening.

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