I believe that if we truly want to make the world a better place, it is incumbent upon us all to do good whenever and wherever we can. I live by the motto: “Everything you do or strive for, whether for good or for ill, shall return to you one day. Strive for the Good.”
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Welcome to the end of the beginning: a personal essay.
From the dawn of my awakening, I have had one purpose, one goal, one drive, and that is to experience life to the utmost extent. To be present for every awe-inspiring, heart-wrenching, agonizing and beautiful moment. To live in harmony with Universal law and truth while still following the base human urge of striving to transcend it. To appreciate balance and dichotomy, to strive to find balance in my own life while understanding that perfect balance is stasis, and true growth and evolution can only be born from chaos. Thus Chaos is the key to personal growth. Challenge and hardship are what forges our character to the greatest extent. We exercise our muscles, put them through trauma and hardship and they respond by becoming stronger. We endure emotional hardship and pain, and as long as it doesn’t break us, we become emotionally stronger and wiser. We put ourselves through intellectual challenge, and we grow and become smarter. We see we hurt, and we become wiser. We challenge ourselves spiritually, constantly questioning the validity of our faith and beliefs, and we find peace and acceptance in our fate. Fate is indeed a cruel mistress, but beautiful and often misunderstood. And through our hard-fought lives, we should strive to know her. Everything we do or strive for, good or ill, shall return to us in some form or another. Strive for the good. Strive to bring beauty and happiness in the world. Not the fraudulent happiness of material wealth, shallow image, and of expectation realized, instead of foster happiness of our own strength and power, of our own perspective and realization, and of our own pursuit of our true potential. Nurture the Universe in all its violence and gentle caress. Nurture the truth of what is and above all, challenge yourself. The universe is entropy, the steady evolution from stasis into chaos. Truly, if you are standing still, the universe is passing you by. Challenge what is possible and never allow yourself to get too comfortable, for comfort often breeds apathy, and apathy is death.