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In what ways exactly you do you "live your life"?

Asked by cecildooderbop (192points) February 24th, 2009

It sounds so cliche- live it up or live your life. What does living your life mean to you or in what ways do you live your life?

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Aethelwine's avatar

To me it means not being afraid of trying something new, but to also stick to my beliefs and not let someone try to sway me in a direction that I am not comfortable with.

“Living it up” to me is any type of adventurous outdoor activity.

chelseababyy's avatar

I do what makes me happy, sometimes selfishly, but I feel that with some things, I deserve it, as I was stranded in my house all through my high school years and was never allowed to go out, or do things other teens were doing.
I set dreams and goals and do whatever it is that I need to do to reach them, while keeping my morals, of course.
I do lots of things to make my friends and loved ones laugh and smile, happiness when it comes to those people, means the world to me.

wundayatta's avatar

To me it means do what is important for you to do, not what other people tell you to do. Live your life. Not live your life.

skfinkel's avatar

For me to live my life means to wake each morning with a sense of hope and optimism: it’s as much a state of mind as anything. It also means not being afraid to take on anything: responsibilities, challenges, opportunities, relationships, ideas.

PublicBlog's avatar

Feeling fulfilled that I’ve made a cotribution to life.
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augustlan's avatar

Daloon hit the nail on the head. Live your life. Follow your heart, your passions, your interests. Do your own thinking and make your own decisions.

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