Life is meaningless unless you can sum it up and answer some of the hardest and honest questions. If you answer them now instead of doing that at the end, you can change your life for better. These questions have the transformation power for honest people!
Question #1: What are my discoveries in life?
We come with no knowledge and understanding. However, the world offers us its secrets to unveil and amazing truth to discover. Stop for a moment and list just a few of them. Are they many? Have you been too focused on doing what others do and knowing what others know?
If you ponder this question and start you quest for truth and amazing things in life, you can succeed now and here not have to wait for the end of life.
Question #2: What are my victories?
No life can be lived without struggles. Which ones did you have and conquered? Challenges are friends, who make stronger and make the life worth living for the victories they give.
Question #3: Can you take pride in the way you lived?
Your thoughts, your ideas, and ideals – are they worthy of living and dying for? If you can answer honestly that now, you can make a decent life!
Question #4: Did I use well what I got?
Some of us sit around and complain about how little they got. Others just use what they have to attain the most and be the best person they can. If you can become thankful instead of complaining, you can do wonders with the little you have.
Question #5: How well did I love?
Love is the greatest gift, but once we get it, what do we do with it? Are we striving to keep it up and love with all our hearts? True love is rarely seen in this life. It is given to all of us, but only a few people give their best to it!
Question #6: Was I responsible?
We all want the benefits, but do we handle the responsibilities well? That is the other side of the coin, and only responsible people become worthy leaders to others.
Question #7: Was I playing the main role in my movie?
Your life is your movie. You are its director, and you can be its star. So many people out there give main parts away to others and never get the prize of living to their fullest!
If you ask these questions now instead of the end of life, you can change it for better, and that end would be triumphant!