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How do I rediscover passion for life?

How do I rediscover passion for life? Topic: Case salvage parts
June 26, 2019 / By Korey
Question: Raised as an orphan most of my life the 7 years with my mother was filled with abuse. At15 I got my own apartment and job and was denied finances to attend college at the University of Texas in Austin because I made too much money and no parent to claim me as a dependent. I later got married to a guy who was never faithful and got pregnant at 18. My siblings were living in the salvation army so I went to them got a job and took them back to my place when I got enough money saved. 2 days later pre-erm labor and my baby boy died. I had 6 more miscarriages through 2006. I went to cosmetology school and bled badly when standing for long hours. I had to have surgery for endometriosis they couldn't remove all of it since it grew into my organs. My new husband refused a wedding, my daughter died in October my 5th month. House almost foreclosed. Husband says he cant salvage our marriage. I feel I've given life all I have. I lost all passion for living at only 30. How can I know love?
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Indy Indy | 2 days ago
First of all, gain some distance from one hell of a Karmic whirlwind of a first part of your life. It makes me tired just reading about it, I can barely imagine living it. If possible, and I believe it may be in your case... attempt to pull your attention inside and begin grieving intently for what you have experienced. And congratulate yourself for weathering the storm... and most importantly, realize very clearly that this has been your Karma... do not take any of this personally... as in it has anything to do with who you are as a Soul. Your life has been to pay off Karma... period. At thirty, your next life is barely beginning, and you must let go of the past to enter the future. I would hope you would want to keep the barn door closed for a while... as you take some time to quietly enjoy yourself... alone. Please realize how badly your feel that you do not have a "family"... and please realize that this "family idea" is a figment of your imagination pressed upon you by your MIND to cause you to feel bad! The only relationship one has that is REAL is the one each of us has with God. Everyone we meet, or have any interaction with is a KARMIC relationship based on whether or not one owes someone a debt, or someone owes oneself a debt. All life is illusory no matter how real it may appear... and this is true. You are a Perfect, permanent Soul which is an aspect of God, and your life is an opportunity to experience... of which you have chosen to do with gusto. Forgive yourself for getting so caught up in the illusion, and pull back just a bit for your own sake. Let go of the notion of "passion" for life, and replace it with a smaller passion for something you dearly love to do or experience. Keep it small and personal. Please take time to be very selfish and giving to yourself just now. The joy of being is best expressed in just being at Peace within oneself... while doing the simple and mundane in life. Peace
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Indy Originally Answered: How do I rediscover passion for life?
First of all, gain some distance from one hell of a Karmic whirlwind of a first part of your life. It makes me tired just reading about it, I can barely imagine living it. If possible, and I believe it may be in your case... attempt to pull your attention inside and begin grieving intently for what you have experienced. And congratulate yourself for weathering the storm... and most importantly, realize very clearly that this has been your Karma... do not take any of this personally... as in it has anything to do with who you are as a Soul. Your life has been to pay off Karma... period. At thirty, your next life is barely beginning, and you must let go of the past to enter the future. I would hope you would want to keep the barn door closed for a while... as you take some time to quietly enjoy yourself... alone. Please realize how badly your feel that you do not have a "family"... and please realize that this "family idea" is a figment of your imagination pressed upon you by your MIND to cause you to feel bad! The only relationship one has that is REAL is the one each of us has with God. Everyone we meet, or have any interaction with is a KARMIC relationship based on whether or not one owes someone a debt, or someone owes oneself a debt. All life is illusory no matter how real it may appear... and this is true. You are a Perfect, permanent Soul which is an aspect of God, and your life is an opportunity to experience... of which you have chosen to do with gusto. Forgive yourself for getting so caught up in the illusion, and pull back just a bit for your own sake. Let go of the notion of "passion" for life, and replace it with a smaller passion for something you dearly love to do or experience. Keep it small and personal. Please take time to be very selfish and giving to yourself just now. The joy of being is best expressed in just being at Peace within oneself... while doing the simple and mundane in life. Peace

Everitt Everitt
It sounds like you have been through a lot and you need some support. You might consider grief counseling or finding support from other people who have been through similar experiences and letting them help you figure out how to cope and then to how to get your strength and happiness back.
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Cortney Cortney
Through literature. When the world fails, I get my love and life lessons through books. It makes the real world easier to handle. It makes you understand things better, and if you choose the right book it can make you change your thinking altogether.
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Asaf Asaf
You need to live life on your toes. Buy a bottle of Worcestershire sauce, then find a religion for your head to rest on.
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Valarie Valarie
There are also grief support groups for parents whose babies die before or during birth. These people will know how you feel and will help you know how to take care of yourself. I think you need taking care of.
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Valarie Originally Answered: I seem to seek conflict and try to mediate and reason discussions. How can I put this passion to good use?
if u like writing, send in letters to the "opinion" section in your local newspaper. try writing about something contraversial to spark a debate, that'll keep you busy for a while

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