A Life’s Worth
by James Adrian S. Amparado
Life is beautiful, when you have your loved ones and having an experience of wonderful. The love given, and in return much love received and woven. Living the life of love, that is the life that we should have. Knowing the value of the self, the love and to it, makes the life worth it. This is how I value life, it starts by knowing thy self.
This short poem that I made is about a life’s worth of a person. Having knowledge of life running through a person, attaching love and experience to the way of life. One statement made me do it. A statement told by a philosopher named Socrates about life.
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Without his "examined life" there was no point in living. So he suggested that Athens reward him for his service to society. The result, of course, is that they had no alternative and were forced to vote for a punishment of death.
When Socrates said, “The life which is unexamined is not worth living”, the philosopher was telling us that we should carefully analyse our actions, a piece of advice for which he should be admired. We should not ignore such a challenging statement about life. The philosopher is telling us that we should carefully analyse our actions. The examination of life is the evaluation of events from the past and present. By examining our lives, we learn from our experiences and especially from our mistakes. Although a person who does not examine his life should still continue in existence, examining his actions will make his life much more fulfilling. Without the systematic examination of life, it is almost worthless.
People who do examine their lives, who think about where they've been, how they got here, and where they're going, are much more contented people. No one has all the answers and also no one's life is free from problems. But those who have some sense of where they belong in the society also have a background for understanding how all the elements of their life fit together.
If a person does not examine his life, he may keep making the same mistakes and never change. He would go on in sin and error, not realizing or caring about his mistakes. This would be a tragic mistake, but avoidable if he simply examined his heart and actions for fault, which he would...