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Although life is not an object of extreme expectance a person must have goals to strive for and in these goals lay the passions of the particular persons existence Three passions that I can reveal from myself are the search for knowledge the contraction of wisdom and the feeling of total enlightenment Firstly knowledge is an object which cannot be taught in any school read in any book or expressed through word of mouth Perceptively speaking knowledge is the intelligence gained from life this is what builds character and personality True knowledge can only be obtained from our own mind teaching itself new things These things are not to be taught by anyone or anything they are derived from within from the most inner information that we pick-up while carrying on with our daily lives Although knowledge is important it is how you use it which makes you a wise person or not Intelligence can be utilized for the intention of good and for the intention of evil Wisdom another important goal for my life is only acquired with experience Through the errors and triumphs in a persons past they attain wisdom As well as being wise modesty is a key characteristic because a truly wise person does not think he is wise Furthermore after wisdom it may seem like there is nothing else to achieve that itself is a very crucial misconception The only point where a persons mind body and heart are at rest is enlightenment or nirvana I wish to achieve this peak of human spiritual ability in the search for the true meaning of life and the reasons and answers to and behind many of the queries that may interrupt me spiritually throughout life Although this is a very high aspiration for a person to endeavor in Im willing to take and attempt Many may not agree with me but like everyone Im a diversified being
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