What does this mean to you?

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Answer #1 | 23/12 2013 01:56
Life takes energy from the environment (wind like energy, but food, sunlight etc) to travel in a direction (sailing) in lines governed by pervious experience (memory) and the choppy seas of planetary life and exigency.
Answer #2 | 23/12 2013 02:06
Some refer to people as" vessels" ,, and use expressions like , "whatever floats your boat". Life is a "journey" no doubt in , "the sea of life" , and we by nature carry memories of our experiences with us . As to the idea that we are all "YACHTS" , that is "pushing the "envelope" . It appears that many (most) are nothing more than "rowboats..."rowing" as best they can through unchartered "waters" and hoping to" weather the storms" , and live another day to see another "sunset". Peace.
Answer #3 | 23/12 2013 02:05
People describe their feelings and emotions of their past in different ways. When there is no work to do your thoughts begin to think of the past too. If they were interesting your mind enjoys those floating memories. For few moments your mind flies like yacht.
Answer #4 | 23/12 2013 02:19
Yachts are for rich people to party on, so this metaphor means nothing to me. My past is a minefield, a wilderness of horrors filled with suffering and regret. Either way the longer you live the more past you have and we are always making new memories both good and bad.
Answer #5 | 23/12 2013 03:20
Drifting on a sea of forgotten teardrops.
Answer #6 | 23/12 2013 05:51
Life is often compared to a journey. Just as you may begin a trip with no final destination in mind, you could live your life without identifying its real purpose. If you do so, you risk getting caught up in what well-known writer Stephen R. Covey calls “the busy-ness of life.” He wrote about those who “find themselves achieving victories that are empty, successes that have come at the expense of things they suddenly realize were far more valuable to them.” Would you not agree that increasing our speed on a trip is pointless if we are not heading in the right direction? Likewise, looking for meaning in life by simply increasing our “busy-ness” will bring only emptiness, not true fulfillment...... Is it not reasonable that we look to the One responsible for such miracles of creation to satisfy our spiritual need? Jesus Christ recommended that we do just that. He recognized that only the Source of life—our Creator—can satisfy our spiritual need.—Psalm 36:5, 9; Matthew 5:3, 6
Answer #7 | 23/12 2013 04:46 is a game enjoy every moment...there will be sucess and ready to take all...

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