Dwell on the beauty of life

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“Dwell on the beauty of life, watch the stars, and see yourself running with them”

I see myself running with the stars, like the world is my oyster and i will make it my pearl. I am not hesitant of any challenge but willing to face them head-on. I am aware that life is full of surprises, both good and bad; however, there are people who can support me through all actions and decisions

Look at it! It’s beautiful!

The beauty of life is everywhere. One of the most important things to take in when exploring the city is the vast amount of diversity it has to offer. You can admire all sorts of beautiful structures, culture, and people, while being exposed to different textures, tastes, and sounds. I believe that beauty can be found in many different ways and forms, not just aesthetically. For example, the smell of fresh baked bread as it emerges from the oven or the sound of a guitar played by an awesome busker.

As you walk along the busy streets of a large city, you will notice the many different types of people crowding the streets. People of all shapes, sizes, and colours are walking by your side. This is what I would call diversity.

It is beautiful to me that there are so many cultures present in one area, because it allows for a lot of creativity to be fostered between them. I believe that we can do amazing things if we come together and work towards a common goal.

The world is full of opportunities for anyone who’s willing to take it.

David Attenborough is a world-renowned naturalist and documentarian, educating people all over the globe about the beauty of the natural world. His programs have been making people feel more connected to nature since his first program aired in 1962, “Zoo Quest.” In one of his most recent programs, he investigates how coral reefs are changing. As the environment changes, so do the plants and animals that live within it. Species adapt to ensure that they’re around in the future.

In a series of videos uploaded by National Geographic entitled, “Ambassador for Nature,” his life story is told and he delicately captures his love for nature. One video that stands out is the clip where Attenborough talks about seeing a butterfly emerge from its cocoon. For me, this was a pivotal moment because it opened my eyes to the world with a fresh pair of lenses. I was completely hypnotized and felt the butterflies in my stomach fluttering away. It was at that moment I realized life is truly beautiful and more meaningful when you realize how interconnected everything is, from animals to plants to us humans.

Look at the stars with awe and wonder

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When I watch the stars as they twinkle and shine, I realize that these heavenly bodies have been here for a long time, and will be here for a long time after I’m gone. Watching the stars makes me feel like my troubles might not be as bad as they seem and everything will work out for me. One of my favorite things to think about is how often we see these stars and how every one of us has our own perspective of what they look like from Earth.

When I see shooting stars cross the sky, I always stop and admire their beauty and wonder for a moment what could be going on in the life of whoever is lucky enough to make a wish. I love knowing that something so beautiful is happening in the world, even if it’s only for a few seconds of my life. There are also constellations up in the sky which makes me feel like everything has a purpose and there is some kind of plan out there for all of us to follow.

Get busy living

I can’t begin to say how many times I’ve seen movies like Rocky or Iron Man where someone has overcome incredible odds to achieve their goal. The thing that makes these movies so inspiring is that they happened; these people took on challenges and made them happen for themselves because they had some hope left in them. What makes happy memories so unforgettable is that there was a feeling of accomplishment at the end. If you go out and do something that breaks even your own personal record, it gives you a sense of pride in knowing you have done your best.


One of the most important things we can do as human beings is set goals for ourselves and work towards achieving them, no matter how big or small. Whether it’s making our beds every day, waking up early to finish an essay, or simply taking a jog around the block, I believe that life will be all the better if we spend some time each day working towards something positive.

I believe that the happiest moments in life are those where you can look back and say, “Damn, I did good.” They could be moments where you achieved something big like graduating from high school or they could be smaller ones like finishing one of your favourite book series. It makes me think about how happy I’d be if I could look back at my life and say, “I did everything to the best of my abilities. I didn’t let fear hold me back.” Dwelling on these beautiful things in life helps our lives stay positive when times get tough because it teaches us how to hope for better days instead of sulking under negative thoughts.


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I truly believe happiness does come from appreciating what we have now and learning to be grateful for it. Life is too short to be wasted on the little things, so grab life by the horns and run with it!

This idea of appreciating what one has now can apply not just to material needs but also emotional ones. Acknowledging that you are grateful for what you have in your life will help cultivate a sense of happiness that permeates all aspects of our being. It doesn’t matter if we’re talking about small pleasures like running or watching shooting stars cross the sky or big moments where someone achieves something great – they all make us realize how lucky we are to go through these experiences together here on Earth. There’s no better way than reminding yourself every day why you should be happy…so get busy living!

Why am I here?

My goal is to inspire and motivate people around the world through writing. I believe that we can all strive for a better tomorrow by working towards achieving our dreams and goals today.

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