What' s the use of life if one day we shall die?

June 18, 2009 4:38am CST
I always wonder why we have taken birth, lead a life full of happiness as well as sorrows, create families, get attachments and one day we leave all these things forever. why have we lived, what have we achieved, what do we bring with us , everything becomes null at the end. i hope this world would not exist where we are puppets of fate. what is your opinion?
5 responses
@mhethess (380)
• Philippines
18 Jun 09
Hello there valentina, We exist in this world for God has His especial purpose for each one of us. We need to appreciate and be thankful about our life. We must live a holy and productive life. A life that is worth of Living. When are still here on earth we must live a life that can build others life too not destroying others life but helping others to be a part of this wonderful earth. God Bless can you be my friend?
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• South Korea
18 Jun 09
life is a precious gift God gave us....make good use of it by serving others in need.
@Christoph56 (1508)
• Canada
18 Jun 09
Have you ever heard of the butterfly effect? Just one little thing you do, over time, can make a tremendous effect on the future. If you help people out, then you're pushing them to be helping others, and be kinder to eachother... if you're cruel and evil, then others will suffer, and want to get you, and all others back for what you've done. If you have children, your ideas will go to them, and theirs to the next generation, and so on and so on. We all make an impact on this world, you just have to do your best, to make it the best.
@chaitra001 (3278)
• Bangalore, India
18 Jun 09
Hi velentina, you are true even I too thought of this several times but never got answer for these. This question was eating my head from very long time. But still dint got the answer.
@jb78000 (15173)
18 Jun 09
yes, the idea of leaving it is tough. nobody knows what happens next but i feel that you still have to make the most of the time you have. i have a feeling that attachments might last though.