Ghandi once said, “Everything you do in life will be insignificant, but it’s very important that you do it anyway.”


I believe this statement to be extremely relevant.

It means nothing and everything all at the same time.

What we all have in common is that we will die. And nothing we did on this Earth will matter.

Yet, according to Ghandi we are suppose to do it anyway.

So does this mean Ghandi is a walking contradiction?

I don’t know what it means to him, because I am not, nor will I ever be him. And perhaps I perceived what he was saying differently than he intended for me too..

What we do here in the end ultimately won’t benefit us. For we will be gone at some point anyway so what does it really matter?

But time is everything, and every thing that we do is catastrophic to our lives and those who live after us no matter how big or small.

So it is important that we do everything that we are destined to do because if we neglect to do so we neglect to live. And if we neglect to live we neglect to set an example.

That’s what it means to me,

However, I want to know what it means to you.

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