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- May 15, 2022 at 6:03 am #103768Dr. Mohammad Hossein Hariri AslKeymaster
- How often do you step back in retrospect and reflect on the way you are living and where you are headed?
- In which ways will reaching your goals make your life more satisfying?
- What would be your reaction if you could not reach your main goals in life?
- June 1, 2022 at 10:38 am #104831ArmaghanParticipant
1. I usually think a lot about the past and the future, I try really hard to be in present moment but it is actually a bit hard for me.
I believe that my past mistakes made me to be the person I am today. So I do not see them as mistakes but just experiences.
2. I believe if my goals be set as to help people and have a good effect on earth and other creatures, then this is what I consider as satisfying life.
3. I most probably would be depressed.
- June 2, 2022 at 8:21 am #104852Dr. Mohammad Hossein Hariri AslKeymaster
Although carpe diem is encouraged by many experts in the field of psychology, I don’t see any long-term advantage if it’s practiced excessively. Carpe diem means “seize the day” and it basically means live in the present moment. It’s a good practice for those who are stuck with the future and tend to be too alert.
This is a sign of optimism when you try to learn from your mistakes and regard them as opportunities for self-development.
If our main goals are not achieved, we might lose a great deal of motivation. Therefore, we should manage to accomplish our goals and objectives in life, and at the same time, strive to enjoy the process as well.
* … made me be the person … (causative verbs)
* what I consider a satisfying life
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