In this project, I thought of what I was doing on Earth. It took a long time to find out what my personal philosophy is. I asked myself a few questions. What am I going to remember when I die? How can I take control of my existence? I feel that I will remember experiences and what I did rather than what I bought and what I have.
In this project, I have discovered what I want to do with my life. I value the experiences that I have. This project has really taught me to look at life as if I am going to die tomorrow. I want to cross things off on my bucket-list. In "Stranger Than Fiction", Harold Crick spends his life doing boring, pointless things. When he finds out that he's going to die, he realizes how pointless his life has been. When I watched this movie, I thought about how we're going to die and it could be today. I decided that it's time to spend my life doing things that I've always wanted to do. This means traveling as much as I can. I've always wanted to have a pet pig and I can cross that off of my bucket-list. I want to spend my life experiencing things rather than buying material possessions.
Further Questions and Intellectual Work Left to Do
1. How can I make a difference in my life and someone else's to gain knowledge and experience? 2. What was I put on Earth to do? 3. How does my life's purpose help others? 4. Where will I go when I die?