I’m Willing To Find Out

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How much life can a good life live if a good life lives but once?

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34 thoughts on “I’m Willing To Find Out

  1. I’d say a lot… But is reincarnation an option?

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  2. Oh boy! I guess we need to invest pretty heavily in this one. This is all about that term “living large,” I think. 🙂

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    • 🙂 Living large. Living well. Living thoroughly. Living responsibly. Living clean. Living with chocolate. I suppose it depends on what a ‘good life’ means to someone. 🙂

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  3. ALL of it. ❤ ❤ ❤

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  4. Arts & Rhymes says:

    A few ounces of goodness each day adds up to a lot at the end of a human life! I’m also not a stranger to reincarnation thoughts (which are not supported in Christianity), but I’ve always had a feeling that I was here before…

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    • I know many who feel/believe the same thing about reincarnation. It makes me curious……

      And goodness, no matter how small, is always good. And like you say….at the end-how good it must all be!

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  5. A good life can live an amazing life in many amazing ways in their lifetime through making amazing choices.

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  6. NotAPunkRocker says:

    Whatever you make of it?

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  7. inmycorner says:

    ..every inch of it!!!!

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  8. markbialczak says:

    A peck of a good life, MBC. 😉

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  9. If Wood Chuck was the name of Einstein’s fish that was being judged on it’s ability to climb a tree, I’d say it would be leaving the trees behind and tackling the mountains! 🙂

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  10. reocochran says:

    Another thought provoking question. I will hope everyone makes their life a good one, since there may only be one chance!

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  11. russtowne says:

    May find the answer and may it astound you.

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  12. dogear6 says:

    But does a good life only get lived once? While I try to be my own person, I also think I’m the product of my grandmother and great-aunt as well from how they raised my Dad and his siblings. In the same way, I think evil can live on in the next generations and see that one play out on another side of the family.

    So I do think lives – good and bad – can get lived out by later generations.

    Nancy

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  13. niaaeryn says:

    A good quest and question.

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  14. Mustang.Koji says:

    I need to ponder this… Interesting indeed.

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