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People attempt to find themselves in the worst time of their lives it may be difficult With nowhere to turn to turn to they will begin question to question what is their meaning in life In Whats it all about Julian Baggini covers many aspects of the meaning of life One specifically is carpe diem or another phrase is to seize the day he also explains how living in the present with no consideration for the future is a bad way to live The fact is there will always be a reason why we cannot attempt certain desires and life goals Even if there are limitations to our goals we must live by Carpe diem in order to have a meaningful life because taking the positive side of life to motivate ourselves in order to pursue these goalsCarpe diem has reminded me of a lot of an old project I once did In high school a project where we must display a timeline of life on earth At first I was skeptical about the project A group of colleagues and I decided to make an analog clock to display life on earth in a minute For the first thirty seconds life had not existed when the clock hit forty-five seconds life just began When time was ticking the last two seconds displayed the beginning to humans all the way to present It took billions of years just for earth to life and how the last thirty seconds displayed the beginning of life to the present Overall this told me that in two seconds or 60000 years humans had invented created and innovated so much just to survive today This brought up the question since we have done so much shouldnt we seize the moment and make the best of everythingCarpe diem can have many downsides to different groups of people Carpe diem means to seize the day and live it like it was the last
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