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This entry is part 3 of 4 in the series Essential Lessons for Humans

You certainly can, but if you genuinely care about your future and living a fulfilled life in marriage and family, your actions should reflect the efforts of someone who desires these positive outcomes. Many people become many different things not due to their personalities but primarily because of their actions and decisions. Therefore, your choices must align with the future you envision for yourself. Living ‘as you like,’ which often translates to seeking immediate gratification, is incompatible with a life seeking fulfillment and a future where one strives for balance.

Some people mistakenly equate success solely with money and career goals, but it is not limited to that. Others associate it with getting married and having children, yet that alone is insufficient. Some believe it lies in acquiring knowledge and reading numerous books, but even that is only part of the picture. Success encompasses a balance between various aspects of life. You seek balance among multiple worthwhile goals while searching for a profound meaning that can contain and justify everything, including your existence. This pursuit is often found in religion and expressed through sincere sacrificial actions aimed at helping others and contributing to the betterment of the world.

The character you develop also serves as your shield amidst the storms of future temptations. When faced with the temptation to prioritize your sexual desires over your family, a person of solid character will resist and choose the stable joy of family life over the transient pleasure of an affair. The lifestyle you cultivate in your youth becomes ingrained in your identity, so it is vital not to squander this valuable time. This is how habits shape our lives. So live consciously, conscientiously, as you like while constantly questioning how to live better.

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Kenneth C. Alimba

Kenneth C. Alimba is a Catholic who believes that the only RIGHT way to view the world is through the eyes of God - so he spends his life teaching people how to attempt to make this a habit as he tries to do the same.

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