As I journey into introspection..."When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are then challenged to change ourselves."


Monday, July 21, 2014

Our Featured Presentation: The Meaning of Life continues

Second Installment

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Our Featured Presentation: The Meaning of Life continues

forward written by Neavada Dames, Miss Opinionated: Letting Go of Gone, Bahamassoundtrack  by IvySoul Robinson, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
set design by Rick Daddario & Kendall F. Person
visual artist  Rick Daddario Art, Hawaii, USA
intermission written by Kelly Lewis of Kelly’s Wandering Mind, Los Angeles, California
written, edited & produced by 
Kendall F. Person, thepublicblogger
Sacramento, California
Few things in human existence trump the majesty and prestige of birth.  New life is a wondrous gift that cannot  be neither compared to, nor compromised with any other aspect of life.  The birth of a child is like the pursuit of happiness: we know what to expect, we know how to prepare, but somehow the grandeur of what new life truly is never really grabs us until we come to that very moment.
Throughout our lives, we make decisions and pursue interests with the sole intent of growing the contentment that is inside of us.  We often find, that one of the most difficult things to do in such a fast pace world is to slow down and take a breath.  When we are unable to steal such a moment to ourselves, it only serves to make us wonder; what really is the meaning of  life?
Every man has a heart. Inside of every man’s heart is life.  And every life has many purposes.  We have a purpose in the duty of our careers; in our social status; in our social welfare and in the lives of the people who live around us.  Every choice we make is made for the reason of defining that purpose.  In our pursuit we become conscious, just, empowered, protective and righteous. And each time we are able to distinguish the intricacy of our purpose; we breathe just a little bit easier, and wonder just a little bit less.  We fall into a place of contentment – a place that is not unlike the spectacle of birth or the acquisition of happiness.  When life has meaning, we fall into a truth that takes our breath away.

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