Two separate titles for one single blog. I had a hard time deciding between the two titles and it addresses both, therefore the double title.
A question that everyone asks at least one point in their lives… What is the meaning of life?
Here is my take on it. I believe that the answer to this question is different for each person. And I also believe it is different for each life you live. As one who fully believes in reincarnation, I believe that each life you live you have a different mission or goal in life to accomplish. Some main goal or issue to reach and address in an attempt to reach your ultimate nirvana.
For some people their goal for this life is to obtain success, freedom, peace, confidence, family, love, or a plethora of other personal attributes. Others it may be to reduce anger or temper issues or hatred. For others it may be a religious aspect. But rather than get into a huge, long philosophical religious rant, I want to tell you what it means to me.
To me, in this life the answer to that question is… Love.
From a young age, people search for and seek out someone to share experiences with. Whether it be friends or romantic interests, heterosexual or homosexual, just about every single person has the same major goals in common. Shelter, nourishment, and companionship. People spend their lives looking for companionship, for the perfect man or woman, for their soul mate. Few are lucky to find that person early, to share their lives with. Most go through one after another, searching most of their lives for the perfect compliment to themselves.
Love is the most important thing. It can be the best thing you have ever experienced and alternately the worst. It is like trial and error. You go through several different kinds of people, learning what you want and do not want out of that perfect partner. When you finally do find him or her you create a relationship. You grow and nourish it, and fight to keep them. It takes daily effort.
When I love, I love with my whole heart, mind, body and soul. I put everything I have into that relationship. When something causes stress or turmoil in that relationship it turns my entire world upside down. I am a very emotional person by nature, and when something happens to test my emotions even further I am even more of an emotional roller coaster than typical. I become more vulnerable and much more sensitive to things that may not bother me as much on a normal, typical day for me.