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What's Your Philosophy of Life? - Very interesting indeed....
Our outlook on life comes from many places - our families, our upbringing, our life experiences, and our unique thoughts and feelings.
One of the ways to look at who we are is to take a step back and look at the language we choose to use: it can tell us a whole lot about how we think.
So complete these sentences and find out what your own life philosophy is all about.
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Every moment that passes, you feel with the kind of intensity that most people haven't experienced since childhood. Fruit is sweeter for you, and colors brighter, and you want all the wonderful sensations that the world has to offer! You are constantly reminded of how life is so short and this drives you to enjoy every moment as if it's your last. You want to travel the world, and see all that it has to offer. The drudgery of a simple routine life holds little appeal to you, and you stand it only until you can have the next grand experience. The world is bright and exciting for you, enjoy it to it's fullest extent!

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The most important thing in your world is the mind's great ability to develop ideas and concepts. You are incredibly philosophical, and you spend a great deal of time considering the world and developing theories to understand it. You love to read, indulge in fine music, and reap the many things that culture has to offer. As far as you're concerned the single greatest contribution a person can make in this world is suggest something new. You are drawn to unconventional thinkers and do your best to support them in these endeavors. You are truly a special one!
 

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"What is more beautiful than our world?" you wonder. Nothing holds as much appeal, as much fodder for thought, or as much awesome wonder as the intricacies of what can be touched and seen. There is no greater poetry than the billions of atoms that compose the human body. You are most fascinated by what is real and can be touched, smelled, and observed. You value logic above all else, and if someone wants to convince you they should always appeal to your ordered and mathematical mind. The penetrating power of your mind is your greatest asset, and you should cherish it!

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