Life is the distinctive quality of living entities, marked by growth, reproduction, adaptation, and the ability to respond to stimuli.
Dead are those who have ceased to exist as living beings, having experienced the irreversible termination of their vital processes, leaving behind only memories and remnants.
By definition, life is not dead. But being alive does still not mean one is truly living.
True embracers of life have the courage to take risks. They know that the environment may change. They know that their decision may turn out wrong. This is why true embracers of life possess adaptability. If necessity demands it or their spirit commands it – they change course.
This mix of adaptability and courage fosters growth. It ultimately transcends the fear of being wrong. Leading to a more vibrant and fulfilling existence.
Life is not fixed. Life is not rigid. Take the risk. Then adapt.