TMOL

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TMOLTrue Meaning of Life
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For some like Jun Alvendia whose wife, Lisa, has been stricken quite suddenly and with no fast cure in sight, he feels #blessed with a misfortune, #because it gives him the opportunity to contemplate on the true meaning of life.
A quotation by Nelson Henderson underlies the message of "The Old Man and the Tree:" "The true meaning of life is to plant trees, under whose shade you do not expect to sit." Fred began his lifelong friendship with a young maple tree on Applewood Lane when he was a young man.
For many people, young and old, in this country who are not Muslim, there is a deepening sense of despair and emptiness born of a over-arching view that the true meaning of life lies almost solely in having a nine-to-five job, money and possessions like cars and various trinkets which are ultimately worthless.
People these days tend to focus on making money rather than on the true meaning of life. What one fails to understand is that happiness doesn't come from money but from purpose in life.
Struggling with deeper issues like the true meaning of life - ve packets of Rolos and a tube of Clearasil - my 16-year-old self found it hard to realise exams are part of that quest, a fact that dawned on me later and which I'm now trying to convince my 16-year-old daughter of.
The most dangerous man in the world, in Berlin's humble opinion, is he who thinks he has discovered the true meaning of life, for such a character believes that an earthly paradise can be achieved in this divided world of ours.
As a matter of fact, we may invert the question and ask: "What would I be seeing on the other side if I were in his/her shoes?" This question has the potential to make us realize that those crucial items on our agendas we are hurriedly following are actually trivial, and then we may derive lessons on the true meaning of life.
"It is a small version (of the Upanishads) but it definitely brings the wisdom to us while we are here and allows us to think of the true meaning of life and what we are doing.
"Judge Islam by what it teaches and surely you will attain the true meaning of life, success, happiness and peaceful living in this world and the hereafter.
As Nelson Henderson put it, "the true meaning of life is to plant trees, under whose shade you do not expect to sit."