Your Life is Meaningful, but not a Curse

No one ever has curses on their lives. I think life is supposed to be enjoyed. Life is meaningful in many ways. Think about things that make you happy. Feel positive about life. Enjoy whatever is out there. What I do is think of something that is positive and I go with it. Don’t jinx your life. Don’t let anyone jinx your life as well. Choose what you want to do. Go out and have fun. You can stay at home to relax and enjoy doing things. Read a book or magazine. Your life is not a curse. It is meaningful. The people who come up with those stuff that anyone can have a curse is not true. It is the opposite. Your life is mindful. Stop thinking about curses. Cursed don’t even exist. They are just make-believe. You are not haunted. Your life is decided by God. But, watch out what you say about things, sports teams, and people. You can get in real big trouble if you do. They say walls have ears. So, I would be extremely careful of you saying mean things at home also to anything or anyone. The best bet is to have no hatred towards anything. The choice is to like or dislike things to most of you. If you don’t like those things, then let someone else pick it up to enjoy it. It is that simple. No strings attached. Let things happen when most people or some want to for the positive. I think the most important idea to do is for most of you not to get bitter about meaningless things, for example all sports teams in general. I think that some people exaggerate almost about anything like sports, people, and etc. Choose to live life, and don’t bully anyone, wherever you are. Life is meaningful. This isn’t the end of your life. It is the beginning. Life isn’t a game of trick or treat. Life is fair, and not unfair.

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