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Re: Is there really a point? What's the payoff?

Posted by tryingtobewise on December 8, 2004, at 22:55:49

In reply to Is there really a point? What's the payoff?, posted by Smeegle on December 7, 2004, at 22:17:14

Hi Smeegle ~

I totally get where you are coming from. In my own life, I continue to try to learn & remember the lesson that often feelings come *after* action is taken. Which sometimes seem counterintuitive. It seems like "serving" others is a sure-fire way to feel life has meaning. So even if you aren't currently inspired to do so, if you found a way to be of help or service to someone, or some group (i.e. kids, the elderly), feelings of meaning might just follow your action.

Congratulations on going back to school. Education of any kind is never a waste, regardless of whether or not it is used in one's career or vacation.





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