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Data, and love with it

The absolutely right understanding of the life you have lived till now is the most important factor in living a better life then you present life. Such an understanding powers the thoughts to direct the present life. I think life is just like a river. 

Now the question is how to get such an understanding. I can suggest a simple and most basic way to do that. You need to recall the major events of your life and analyse them for extracting an understanding, learning, experience and value from them. Similarly, if possible, you can also recall those minor events of your life that led to the happening of major events. In this way, you can create an understanding and that would led to a greater understanding. 

When you will examine the life events, you will collect lot of data. This will be something like the more information about people, places, objects, and situations that played major or minor roles in your life. This data is important for taking a stock of your life. 

The major question(s)

The major question to answer is whether you can afford to assess and analyse the past events. Do you have enough time? Do you love recording the data? Do you love reasoning? Do you know the proper emotions that a life goes through? Can you identify all such emotions that you and the people associated with you may have experienced during the event that you would analyse? Do you have the capacity to recall and relive the life you have lived till date? Can you really take your attention off from the tasks at hand in today's life, which is a creation of what you did in past? Do you love yourself? Can you become selfish for some time and be yourself? Can you meet the people that influenced your life, or gave you a direction, if the need be? 


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