• Who wouldn’t want to live a longer Life?

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    I remember what an alienated being from the fictional movie “Star trek” he came up with a famous expression “Live long and Prosper”. This is his inner virtue which he always tell people he met before they part ways. This is somewhat similar to our natural state -responding to what is real; death comes to cut it off but our soul wont concede to it, but instead we create a new instinct, a fantasy thought which mostly occurs in our mind, expressed through an instinct birth in our being –this is the desire to live forever, you see, we always think of something that gives us a fraction of eternity, this mindset is driven when happy thoughts are set off in the person’s soul. You seem to claim forever at the very moment you step on a trance of happiness. Lavishing life like it will never end and a blink you so want to avoid that might cause you to wake up from that notion.

    I’d like to have the mind of a poet to start off and stir a discussion, but seriously we wanted to have life well spent and full of good things in it, we are hooked up to this idea because we know that our time here on earth is limited, we kind of love to make good memories out of it, and sometimes we over think things we end up in disappointments. If happiness is said to be a factor of acquiring long life then life itself is amputated from it in the first place, given the challenges that are surrounding it, the struggles that result to sadness and desperation. Most of us are not born in the palace where all is well, this will challenge life and happiness altogether to the ground.

    Regardless of your age, feeling a sense of purpose for being alive – a life's purpose or calling – can help you live longer, according to research published in Psychological Science.

    And the good news is…it doesn't matter when you find it.

    Lead researcher Patrick Hill of Carleton University in Canada, said:

    Our findings point to the fact that finding a direction for life, and setting overarching goals for what you want to achieve can help you actually live longer, regardless of when you find your purpose. So the earlier someone comes to a direction for life, the earlier these protective effects may be able to occur.

    Some previous studies determined that finding a purpose in life lowered the risk of early death, but Hill wondered about research examining whether the benefits of purpose vary over time, such as across different developmental periods or after important life transitions.

    He and colleague Nicholas Turiano of the …

    Do you acquire purpose or is it already hardwire inside of us by fate? The writer wants to link a spiritual ideology that if we know our purpose and earned the number of days we live as a result, then one would truly seek his/her reason for living. Those who wander around without purpose are closer to death or are already dead.

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