3 Surefire Ways To Make Our Lives Even More Fulfilling


Sometimes we need to ask ourselves tough questions in order to get the most out of life and be the best version of ourselves. Who wants to live an unsatisfying life with no real meaning? Check out the following tough questions you need to ask yourself for a better life:

1. “What Is Love?”

When we ask ourselves what love is, we can begin to more deeply understand who we are and where our beliefs lie. When I was younger, I believed that love was a duty for others to bestow upon us and make us feel whole. Now I believe that not until we love ourselves can we experience love for another. In the first stage of my life, I was looking for someone else to love me and now I understand that I need to give myself love before I can ask for it from someone else. So ask yourself what love means to you so that you have a better understanding of who you are and what stage you’re at in your life.

2. “Am I Really Happy?”

We all need to assess whether or not we are happy throughout our lives. Life may not solely be about being happy, but we need to make sure that we are doing what we can to find peace, joy and fun in this life. If we notice that we are not generally in the state of fulfillment, then we must alter our thoughts and behaviors so that we can live a more fruitful life. 

3. “What Do I Want My Legacy To Be?”

This question allows us to find out what our purpose is in life and we can use it to redirect our goals and behaviors. If we want to be remembered as being kind and loving but our behavior doesn’t currently nurture that side of us, then we need to change it.



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