Life Worth Living

If a person or a thing possesses life, it is better that, for a determinate period of time, this someone or something should be alive, rather than dead. And that, during that finite span and inherent to their animation, there is a hierarchy of needs that, if met, dignifies the life being lived.



Simply put, it is a better thing that one lives, and if they live, experience a life worth living.

Today, I met a person who, from her own overflowing cup, shared a drink with another. She possesses that lethal combination of self-awareness and abundance that destroys destitution and fellowships another into provision’s wake. She gave from what she had…not from what she didn’t have. It was both magnificent and startling, for, without effort, she made another person’s life worth living.

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