Living Life to the Fullest

A few moments ago, I read a tweet by my friend Chris Brogan. It said simply: Know what kills you in life? Not living.. Holy wow…

Chris is right. Sure you’ll continue to breathe if you don’t go out and embrace every moment of life. But is that really living? I don’t think it is, no. Standing in place and letting time slip by isn’t living. Staying stagnant in your career, relationships and personal growth aren’t living. Convincing yourself that your life, mind and soul are okay as they already are isn’t living.

Living is about embracing life. It’s about always pushing yourself to do more… to be more. It’s about challenging your mind, opening it to new experiences and learning opportunities. Living is about changing directions sometimes so that you never become stuck in a rut. Living life means that you are constantly growing and changing in every aspect you possibly can.

Those few words from Chris are very powerful, and provide much food for thought. What do you think? How do you define living life? It will be very interesting to see what everyone has to say on this subject, and to learn how varied our opinions can be at times.

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One thought on “Living Life to the Fullest”

  1. I was once always angry. Angry at life, angry at myself, angry at all those around me. I believed that everyone owed me something and no one cared. Then, one day I had an epiphany. I realized that life isn’t about others or if they care or not, life is what you make of it. I now try to inspire at least one person a day to smile, I engage in conversations proactively and spend time with family and friends as much as I can. Since that time I have taken the bull by the horns and moved back to my childhood home, seen my work career soar, enrolled in college classes for business management, keeping a 3.4 GPA and volunteer my time at the local aquarium.

    I find that life, while still hard sometimes, is much easier than you can make it out to be. Enjoy it, it’s the only life you have!

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