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18 Jan 2017 21:24 | Author: User1490060338 | Category: Essay domestic animal dog

If I have one operating philosophy about life it is this: “Be cool to the pizza delivery dude; it’s good luck.” Four principles guide the pizza dude philosophy.

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    blacksnake413 18 Jan 2017 01:37

    Click here what makes my life worth living essay

    If I have one operating philosophy about life it is this: “Be cool to the pizza delivery dude; it’s good luck.” Four principles guide the pizza dude philosophy.

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    yellowbird453 18 Jan 2017 08:42

    Jose Antonio Vargas ([email protected]) is a former reporter for The Washington Post and shared a Pulitzer Prize for coverage of the Virginia Tech shootings. He founded Define American, which seeks to change the conversation on immigration reform. Editor: Chris Suellentrop ([email protected])

    My brother, Anthony, killed himself on a cool Thursday afternoon in April, a few weeks before his medical school graduation. He was 26.

    He was staying with our parents in the New York suburbs. On his laptop, he read the New York Times and flipped through our sister’s vacation photos. He corresponded with a mentor and asked potential landlords about on-street parking during his upcoming residency. On Wikipedia, he read about Baal Shem Tov, an 18th century Jewish mystic who our father says is our ancestor, and the pop-punk band Rancid, which rocked his adolescence. He searched for suicide notes and sites on famous last words and asked Google, “How many times does a human heart beat in a life?”

    Roger Angell, a senior editor and a staff writer, has contributed to The New Yorker since 1944, and became a fiction editor in 1956. He is the author of “Late Innings.”

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    biglion822 18 Jan 2017 07:34

    the fact that no matter how bad it gets their will always be happyness in the future the worst your life the more you learn to appriciate the little bits of happiens here and their o ya and goin to many many more raves lol 0_0

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    User1488643529 18 Jan 2017 02:33

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    User1488743187 18 Jan 2017 07:05

    Jose Antonio Vargas ([email protected]) is a former reporter for The Washington Post and shared a Pulitzer Prize for coverage of the Virginia Tech shootings. He founded Define American, which seeks to change the conversation on immigration reform. Editor: Chris Suellentrop ([email protected])

    My brother, Anthony, killed himself on a cool Thursday afternoon in April, a few weeks before his medical school graduation. He was 26.

    He was staying with our parents in the New York suburbs. On his laptop, he read the New York Times and flipped through our sister’s vacation photos. He corresponded with a mentor and asked potential landlords about on-street parking during his upcoming residency. On Wikipedia, he read about Baal Shem Tov, an 18th century Jewish mystic who our father says is our ancestor, and the pop-punk band Rancid, which rocked his adolescence. He searched for suicide notes and sites on famous last words and asked Google, “How many times does a human heart beat in a life?”

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    tinybutterfly898 17 Jan 2017 23:41

    No one would ever love you according to your expectations. We are humans uncapable of showing unconditional love. I don t care how good we are, how honest and caring we try to be. The way each one of us love the persons in our lives will never satisfy anyone. Love doesn t make life worth living for. It s a condition outside of you. What makes life worth living for comes from within you. Learn to love yourself for who you are. ;-)

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    lazygoose427 18 Jan 2017 00:32

    I think you re just being a teenage drama queen. If you think things are bad now, just wait until you actually hit adulthood and have responsibilities to deal with, ontop of all the other dramatic crap that goes along with life. But to answer your questiong, yes life is worth living. Without life, you have nothing. You cease to exist. Your consciousness is gone, your emotions are gone, and who you are is gone. Without life, you "are" nothing. What s your outlook now?