“It is the experience, the memories, the great triumphant joy of living to the fullest extent in which real meaning is found. God, its great to be alive! Thank you. Thank you.”

        -From “Into the wild” – Jon Krakauer

It is really very basics that we can come to know that what is inside us, that is burning or kept something burning so that we can live, actually live with all our dreams, but its always the fact that basics is more hard or most toughest things to find or to deal in this catastrophic world. Because seven deadly sins :wrath, greed, sloth, pride, lust, envy, and gluttony.

Are the 7 Deadly Sins actually sin or just Human Nature?

I believe that the Seven Deadly Sins are in fact all instinctual to human nature and not sinful at all. It just unavoidable urges of mankind, as all of these so-called sins are natural to humans, they should be embraced and even considered virtuous. for example:
Envy and greed are the motivating forces of ambition – and without ambition, very little of any importance would be accomplished

Here is just a single question, that might hit you like a crash accident between a huge ant and a little elephant, that “what you have learnt or got from your journey of life as experience, which you have started, when you were 1sec old?”

We all travel and live and by pass some great memories or we can say it as milestone even, but its we who are not taking care of it. We are people who are just concerned with matter of fact which has a surely negligible importance.

Life is always comes with a question and an answer on the same page, but its us, those are never interested or get a time to turn the page, so we just get looped in questions only.

“Life takes a picture every moment during our mesmerizing journey, but it never give a copy back to us, until we reclaimed it- even though its our”

So, just enroll your self little bit into this tragic masterpiece of wildness and adventure and grow, not by counting the days, months and years, but by your memories.

Claim – it’s yours


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