Tuesday, 11 October 2011


People say we eat to live, not live to eat.

Having said that, try replacing "eat" with almost anything else that we have in life. We wouldn't need them so much, after all, would we? What's the use of gorging up everything that we can possibly have? Aren't we selfish, for not even care whether the unfortunate ones have something on their plate to just get the life going? Have we done enough to actually change something? To contribute something? We often say, it's just beyond what we can do. But is it, really?

Why can't we simply be less greedy?

"An unexamined life, is not worth living"- Socrates
What is an "examined life" to you?

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