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What is your philosophy of life based on? How has it changed over the years?

I think the fundamental principle behind mine is to make others happy, and to do kind things wherever I can.
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What is your philosophy of life based on? How has it changed over the years?

I think the fundamental principle behind mine is to make others happy, and to do kind things wherever I can.
I personally think that it is better to be a nihilist, so believe in nothing, have no morals for leading in life or any convictions they can be broken. Because to witness that your imaginations about life get destroyed by reality leaves sadness and insecurity behind and let you doubt in a purpose of your own existence.
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whatever the Bible says, do it. and when you fail, try again.
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Buddhism, generally. Interjected with a reliance on Guinness :laugh:
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Repay trust with excellence
Repay kindness with kindness
Be chivalrous in an age where chivalry is offensive
Be masculine in an age where masculinity is under assault
Smile even when I'm sad
Laugh even when there's nothing to laugh about
Stay dominant and assertive even when I'm told it's wrong or "toxic"
But also stay supportive, understanding and a good compassionate listener
Ultimately, make no apologies for being who I am, ever.

My rules of life.
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whatever the Bible says, do it. and when you fail, try again.
I am to lazy to read the bible. Would it be okay, if I obey just some commandments of 10? as long as it is not #5?
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Extreme self-interest and distrust of others. I call it Noto-centric cynicism.
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What is your philosophy of life based on? How has it changed over the years?

I think the fundamental principle behind mine is to make others happy, and to do kind things wherever I can.
Before making others happy i started to focus on my existance lately, without bringing harm to anyone or anything of course.
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Don’t ever waste time on people and situations that are just not worth it. :dontknow:
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Don’t ever waste time on people and situations that are just not worth it. :dontknow:
That is a good advice for life. I have taken it to my heart to prevent trouble with myself.
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Canine philosophy, alternatively known as woof woof.
Eat tasty treats, offer paws & hugs to pals, keep fur pristine, growl at enemies, hide from meerkats and loudly bark at all felines trespassing into my garden.
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I am to lazy to read the bible. Would it be okay, if I obey just some commandments of 10? as long as it is not #5?
if you mean in order to get to heaven, then obeying commandments won't get you there. believe solely on the Lord Jesus Christ to save you and you will go to heaven. if you think your good deeds and repnting of sins will save you, then Jesus will say he never knew you and you won't enter the kingdom of God
https://youtu.be/F8owXQ2QyvA <= Bible way to heaven.

you should read your Bible (KJV only), man doesn't live by bread alone but by every word that comes from God. try reading just a chapter a day, or even one proverb a day for start. you can buy a one year Bible which will ensure you read the whole Bible in one year.

in regards to obeying commandments, you should obey all of them (except the ceremonial and sacrificial laws). obviously it's not possible to obey every single one but you should try to do so.💪
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Umm, just live life. At the end of the day, it doesn't really matter when you're dead.
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