We survive in order to live.
We came to this world without a perpetual reason. We are a product of two beings who decided to procreate. Whether, it was planned or not, our reason depends on the limit of that situational existence.
If so, then, our being is dependent of our choosing. We can define who we are and what we want. Simply by our affirmation, we uniquely identify our “state of living” – our choice on how to live life.
Equivocally, we go through the trouble on how to live life. Our family teaches us the norms. Some of our kin are quick to pass judgement on how we should live our lives. Religions command to follow their tenets. Sects and cults arise because denominations cannot suffice the vast individualistic understanding. Some our experts and teachers impose lessons. And our police and political leaders have mandates to impose laws. It seems no freedom at all. However, in the end, we choose our bearing. There is no right and wrong on this world. It is all about what is humanly good and evil.
Volition is the most powerful tool endowed to us. Whatever situation limits it, the fact, we decide on our discourse… It is the best thing that happened since our ancestors became conscious.
The fact our decisions do not go away even at incarceration. The ability to choose and reflect never fleet. Even at our deathbeds, we can premeditate where to be laid.
Though some of us have not consciously decided on anything, our being are implied to choose – with or without awareness.
So, the purpose of this exercise is to the fundamentally argue our bearings to why. We choose our aspiration. We choose our own purpose. Even if it is to inflict pain, our lives are bound by that. We choose our own end.
By such, we are bound to reflect. Given such recourse, how do we make and fully grasp our own purpose?
We live so as to decide.