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Is there a view in life?
Is life worth viewing?
Does life have an end?
Does life have a beginning?
What is the meaning of life?
Why do people want to know it?
Isnít life better unknown?
Or is that what they want you to think?
Who are they?
Who created life?
Who created god?
Is there really a god?
Is there really a life?
Why am I writing this?
Are there answers to these questions?
Is this poem going to make a difference?
Is this poem going to impact someone?
What is the meaning of the poem anyway?
Why are there questions in life?
Why must we answer them?
Or why must we not answer them?
Is life better off unknown?
Why is life better off unknown?
Is there really love?
Is there really happiness?
Is there really unhappiness?
There are so many questions in life.
For every question there is an answer.
For every answer there is a questions.
But the main question isÖ
Why?




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The following comments are for "Questions of Life"
by MaleOrderedNurse

questions of life
I love your poem, it feels like me at one point in my life.......Have you ever stood at the base of any large tree and tried to literally count all the Y's you see? I did till I bored myself to death........then I accepted "the not knowing "part of myself with grace and mercy and moved on. Try it! Try JAPA meditation to get a few answers to your questions. Thanks for writing this I'm sure many people have felt this way!

( Posted by: purplepassion [Member] On: July 9, 2006 )





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