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As Good As It Gets Life is a bridge Cross over it but build no house on it Indian Proverb Life is not always what it is cracked up to be Hardships struggle and crisis happen every minute of every day We go through life not really knowing or understanding what life really is about Essentially to have a life you must be alive but that is not necessarily the most important aspect For example if you were brain dead but are still alive is that considered life Perhaps but perhaps not If you look back to earlier cultures life was not always held in high regard but not much has changed Take for instance the terrorist attacks taken against the United States last year on September 11th How many lives were taken irresponsibly with no regard for human life present Or another example is sixty years ago when Japan launched an attack on Pearl Harbor with their suicide pilots I believe all life should be held with respect and high regard because it is not anyones place to judge somebody else life We do not know why we are here or how long we will be here so we should respect other people and their life as we do our own All living things are of the same essence and most do not realize the beauty in that We are all human beings living together on this planet The only true things that are different between a people are the climate region and diet But because of the endless wars and emphasizing things that are non-essential we have lost touch with the principal of unity Life is not in any way immortality I do not believe there is anything after the life we are living now Victor S Pritchett once said Life-how curious is that habit makes us think it is not here but elsewhere For centuries man has
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