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Life is meaningful, only when one wishes to make it. We are creatures of time and we’ll wither away in it. The little moments of joy we find and create are all that will live with us.

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Philosophy – GOD, People, Relations & Expectations.

GOD created expectations perhaps as a way for us to be connected to each other; the strength of one man can be the strength of the other. All that is needed is love and care.

We look at the history during all its times; prehistoric, mid evil, religious times of Judaism, Christianity & Islam. We see all that was needed was for humans to realize each other’s expectations and help strengthen each other in time of need. Moving away from egoistic concerns of money, wealth, power and fame.

I do it for you – You do it for me – We do it for Someone – Someone does it for us

When GOD created the world round he left us a message, by creating rotation…
Night and Day
Rich and Poor
Happy and Sad
Male and Female
Near and Far
etc…

The contradiction in life is a symbol of it’s logic.
The only way to achieve fulfillment in any one aspect of life is to CONNECT with the people around.
The glue that connects people together is EXPECTATION.

When people connect they can ensure sustainability of a certain aspect they all appreciate e.g.
We connect, share and meet expectations to create lasting HAPPINESS.
We connect, share and meet expectations to create lasting RICHNESS.
We connect, share and meet expectations to create lasting CLOSENESS.
etc…

More over when we connect share and meet expectations for each other – we take away the evil eye and misfortune from our lives.
For the cycle of life created by GOD rewards you when you reward someone.

Give someone and you will be given by someone.
Bless someone and you will be blessed by someone.
etc…

Give and take, meeting expectations for the attainment of contentment, happiness and a full-filing life.
Perhaps, when one does all this they get blesses by the Lord.

Ill appreciate constructive opinions to discuss further…

– MIR

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