Going Sane in a Crazy World

My journey through life and the lessons I learn to help me grow spiritually.

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"It's better to ask some of the questions than to know all the answers." --James Thurber"

I believe the purpose of my life is to learn, grow, and be the best possible person I can be," said a group member. "In order to do that, I must ask big questions of myself and God. I ask questions like What's love? What's my life's work? What's the best way to deal with this problem? How can I best plan for the future? Who and What is God? What constitutes an ideal friendship or marriage? What is the purpose of life? and What's preventing me from reaching my goal?'"To me, asking big questions makes life an exciting adventure. I look upon everyone and everything as a partial answer to a larger question. Life is never boring to me. Or lonely. I treasure every experience as a means of expanding my knowledge and understanding."

It's funny. Most people know I over think things. Having lived a mostly unconscious life, I've now swung to the other side. However because I over think things doesn't mean I'm inactive. My thought process which most of you see here allows me to take my actions in life. I live by the premise of "life without action is death." So I question my feelings and motivations constantly. Mostly because I still don't have a handle fully on them.

So here you see my thoughts and the mysteries I try to unravel of my soul. This allows me, when I'm out in the real world, to act in a way that is congruent with my values. I know myself better so I'm able to act accordingly in any situation.

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