Your Life is Your Masterpiece Like 1 Twitter Eve Crabapple Follow Oct. 8, 2016, 10:59 p.m. in Life and Styles Views: 732 Like us on facebook There's the simple fact of life that everyone will die one day. No matter what divergences exist that separate our lives from one another, everyone of us will end the same way. However, its no use being glum about it -- we might as well have a nice time and make something of ourselves until it happens to us. That's what I wanted to write about today -- about the middle part between birth and death and the attention to detail that make it mean something. Some people think that there's no point in doing anything at all or no meaning in what we do because it will all be for nothing in the end. Our flesh and bones will have turned to dust, our belongings will belong to us no more and our memories and experiences will have gone from us and the world. I disagree with the last part. Every life matters and will have mattered when it ends. We do take something with us when we leave this world. We take with us to the grave our deeds. Your life is the only thing you have and the details that you tend to make up that life. We all need to be mindful of where we place our thoughts and importance on things both big and small because no man is an island. What each of us does with our lives has a rippling effect and has influence far beyond what we will ever know. You need to know what is important to you and find ways to live that out everyday. If you don't know, its inevitable that you will allow others to make that choice for you and you will not have lived the life you could have lived and made the impact that you could have made. There is nothing more tragic than a wasted life. Find your direction, find your conviction. Your life is your masterpiece that will endure long after you. Published by Eve Crabapple Share Mail Messenger Twitter Pinterest Linkedin Comments Related Article Life and Styles Blank canvas Life and Styles EDIT YOUR LIFE Life and Styles Do You Buy Original Art Paintings? What does it take?