Meaning Of Life Quotes Quotes

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“The evenings are meant for deep reflection.”
Avijeet Das

“If these pictures have anything important to say to future generations, it's this... I was here! I existed! I was young, I was happy, and someone cared enough about me in this world... to take my picture.”
Robin Williams

“Don't spend your entire life building a ship, without ever tasting the salt of the ocean.”
Alexander Den Heijer

“And then one day I let go of all the people who did not deserve me...”
Avijeet Das

“If humanity had the exalted intelligence we are called to have, we would recognize in our brothers and sisters what we share in common, on the most profound levels, and the petty differences that seek to destroy us would melt away into a global harmony that would stun the very angels themselves. * John Lars Zwerenz”
John Lars Zwerenz

“Life is not meant to follow a pattern. Every moment has a multitude of realms. And we have to take decisions in life. Sometimes our decisions may take us on an unknown path. We must believe in ourselves and go forward. It is better to be a failure doing things that you love doing than be a success doing things that you hate doing!”
Avijeet Das

Mimi Novic
“It is not how long we spend with someone that matters.
It's the effect of that encounter that makes the difference.”
Mimi Novic, Guidebook To Your Heart

Penelope Fitzgerald
“He said, aloud, 'The external world is the world of shadows. It throws its shadows into the kingdom of light. How different they will appear when this darkness is gone and the shadow-body has passed away. The universe, after all, is within us. The way leads inward, always inwards.”
Penelope Fitzgerald, The Blue Flower

C. JoyBell C.
“It's funny. We meet hundreds of people. We stop to remember them sometimes and they're so far away and we're not a part of them anymore. Makes you realise how important it is to be a part of someone. And stay that way with them. And we have visions of going out into the open world and treating it as our oyster... but it takes a small, mindful moment to make us realise that doesn't really mean anything when you don't have someone to call home.”
C. JoyBell C.

“The false sense of adventure wrought from walking a gangplank of amorous tropism embroiders a shallow life. Only religious mystics or persons exhibiting tremendous internal resources dedicate their lives to seeking a meaningful existence that transcends the festive indulgence of taking a pleasure cruise through life.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

“We are finite creates in a world of boundless space, endless time, and infinite matter. At any given moment, we are each a composition of our past memories, our present day exigencies, and our future expectations. Each passing day we modify our identity, filtering a continuum of past memories with our present day hopes and desires. The design of our future prospects shapes not only our present life, but also the furious pursuit of our dreams provides contexture for the lives of other people who will follow our loose-limbed march through time’s corridor. We search for an understanding of how to live in an age that will soon no longer exist. I am a bubble in space-time, an organic organism that will soon burst apart. I need to know why I lived. Acclaimed Russian author Leo Tolstoy wrote in 1877 novel “Anna Karenina,” “Without knowledge of what I am and why I am here, it is impossible to live, and since I cannot know that, I cannot live either.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

“Unhappiness is a place we reach where we become prisoners to our own thoughts of unhappiness. It is dopamine working in reverse.”
Avijeet Das

“the night does not end
the stars keep on peeping”
Avijeet Das

“The lines of the protagonist of my book:

“You will write me off. You will not give me my due. You will classify me a failure. You will say that I was a fool. You will call me mediocre. You will call me a man who had no talents. And all these are mere labels. Nothing will matter to me. But what will matter is that the future generations will read my words and get inspired to keep up their struggle. The struggle to chase your dreams. The struggle to never give up on your dreams! And I may be hailed as a hero by the next generation. That is all that will matter!”
Avijeet Das

“Love makes life worth living.”
Oliver Markus Malloy, Bad Choices Make Good Stories - Finding Happiness in Los Angeles

“If you truly love someone you will find a way to be with them.”
Avijeet Das

“Why do we feel unhappy? Why does our mind feel unhappy? Why does our soul feel unhappy? Why do these feelings of unhappiness creep into our being? Have you wondered? Why is it that we can never ever be totally happy?
Unhappiness is a place we reach where we become prisoners to our own thoughts of unhappiness. It is dopamine working in reverse.
If you have had these thoughts then you are not alone. These thoughts pervade into the very being of anyone who is alive. It is the natural scheme of life. We can never ever be totally happy because happiness is a fleeting emotion. It is transient. Like water it flows each and every moment. It cannot remain still at one place.”
Avijeet Das

“Love is a beautiful feeling. When you love someone life becomes beautiful. But in loving someone do not stop loving yourself too!”
Avijeet Das

“We don't begin to live life when we have everything. We begin to live life when we have something missing and still we find meaning in that existence!”
Avijeet Das

“Life is not about winning. Life is about inspiring others!”
Avijeet Das

“The biggest power a human possesses from within is feeling the other human.”
Suyasha Subedi

“She told me that some day she would go to my hometown and stay there for a while and be happy. And she will see me in every wall, every street, every glass, in every person, in every wave of the sea and smile.”
Avijeet Das

“The meaning of life is the acquisition of experiences for the Creator.”
Keith J. Caserta

Keith Caserta
“The meaning of life is the acquisition of experiences for the Creator.”
Keith Caserta, Not in Our Stars

“Teachers of philosophy tie their dewy-eyed students in knots attempting to answer the elusive riddle, ‘What is the meaning of life?’ It is a classic example of the trick question since there is no pat answer to this timeless paradox that we colloquially refer to as 'life.' No man, woman, or child is identical. Similar to other animals, we each are the product of our entire womb of bodily cravings and comprised of the communal filament of the human mind’s eccentric gyrations. In order to take stock of who we are we must take into account the sensory ingredients of innumerable occurrences that create the tapestry of interwoven sensations making up a rooted way of living. Life is a chummed collection of eclectic personal incidents.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

“All my wisdom and knowledge is nothing compared to what a young horny man and an eager pretty woman would do after feasting on a bottle of wine and fresh sardines baked on open fire. Therefore, fuck, fuck again, and fuck more before you like everyone else fuck up your life.”
Vinko Vrbanic

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