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When one is asked what their personal philosophy is they must reflect on their life experiences in order to find the answer As we have advanced in modern day society many have come to the conclusion that ideas come from evidence otherwise known as a posteriori The evidence of effects in my own life will reflect my own beliefs therefore creating the foundation of this philosophy To value something you must have experienced an episode in your life that would claim your right to value it Over my short years of life on an immature standpoint I have valued love I have an understanding that the happiness and passion of love is something that many forces in this world cant break Love is what can make someone become idiotic and a genius at the same time Its what drives the soul to pursue life and to love means that for once the body soul and mind are one They are for once in an agreement that all three parts come together and create this unexplainable feeling that we have described as the word love I value love in all shapes and dont take that simplistic four-letter word for granted It can come to you just as fast as it leaves but the memories of love will remain always I guess my reason to value it is because I have experienced loss of a loved one gained love for another and found that love is what makes me wake up in the morning I have realized that life cant be lived to its absolute fullness with out love in it My moral beliefs consist of having justice and karma I believe that there is good in everyone just that sometimes it shines brighter in others Justice is needed in a society like this because unfortunately there must be a balance of right and wrong My personal choices and decisions come
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