Death as a Motivation

29 Jun

You’ve heard that money works as a tool for motivation. Managers and CEO’s use money to motivate their employees. Money is said to be the primary motivational tool for people. But I have far more effective tool of motivation other than money and it’s DeathYou could die anywhere at anytime. Right now while reading this blog earthquake may occur and you may die. Who knows?

Since you will die one day even if you don’t want to. Why don’t you live your life to the fullest extent? If not now, then when? There is no big tool other than death. I want to quote Paulo Coelho for this,”One day you will wake up and there won’t be any more time to do the things you always wanted to. Do it now.
If you used to think like i did when i was a child: you were born to die. What is the ultimate purpose of life? So since we don’t know and can never know the ultimate purpose of life the thing that matters is the thing that we do in between our birth and death. Anything that matters is things you do from your first breadth to your last breadth. If not you will die like a normal average human being without doing things you wanted to. Money will be spent eventually but your name will never get erased from history if you do something worthy in this world.
Don’t get depressed with death but rather get motivated from death because you now know anything that matters is things you do before you die.
Live your life to the fullest extent because one day you will die!

1 Comment

Posted by on June 29, 2012 in Articles


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One response to “Death as a Motivation

  1. Priyash Jain

    July 4, 2012 at 21:43

    You have a different type of thinking style…Thats simply Gr8


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