Why does every beginning have an end?

Why does every beginning have an end?

Work, love, and existence all come to an end because everything, sooner or later, comes to an end. Everything in life is fleeting, and expecting things to be "permanent" frequently leads to deep disappointment that is difficult to overcome. All material things decay or disappear, even the Earth itself will one day collapse into a frozen wasteland.

People die, and people leave homes behind when they move away from home for a job. Even those who say that they will never leave their home town often change their minds once they have been there for a few years. A house can also be left empty if no one is living in it - this happens especially with older houses which are then referred to as "for sale by owner" (FSBO) properties.

The moment you start work on something, whether it is a project at school or your own business, there is a point where you have to stop. You cannot finish everything you start. This is as true for projects at school as it is for businesses. If you spend all of your time working on one thing, eventually you will run out of time to do anything else.

Even if you manage to stay busy all the time, you still need to sleep and eat. This means that some part of your brain is not working at any given moment, which reduces its ability to learn new things or solve problems.

What is the point of everything if it all ends anyway?

What is the point of it all if it all ends in the end? The goal of life is life itself. All endings include beginnings, and all starts include endings. Beginnings cannot exist in the absence of Ends, and Ends cannot exist in the absence of Beginnings. This is a constant truth that no matter how you look at it, everything must have a beginning and an ending.

We live our lives pursuing desires that bring us pleasure or avoiding pain. The problem with this approach is that we are not sure what will happen later. Will we still like what we want right now? Will being afraid of pain help us avoid injury? These are questions without answers so we must hope for the best but plan for the worst. Even if you succeed in doing one of these things, there's no guarantee you'll be happy later. At some point you'll want something else!

It's easy to see why most people pursue pleasure over pain every time: because they don't know any other way. However, this approach comes with two problems: first, nothing lasts forever; second, wanting something always means you'll feel unhappy sometime later when you get it.

The only solution is self-knowledge. You need to understand what brings you joy and what causes you pain so you can choose how to live your life.

He who knows himself learns to love himself.

Why do good things have to come to an end?

Everything excellent must come to an end. It's a saying that indicates nothing lasts forever, everything and everyone is ephemeral, and happiness is transient. It might be used to express regret when something that offers you joy comes to an end. Perhaps it's also a warning that what appears to be bliss can suddenly disappear.

The best thing about evil people is they always come around to get punished for their crimes. The same thing goes for good people - although not as quickly. Either way, the better thing to do with your time is to use it up as efficiently as possible, because once you're gone, you're gone.

All good things must come to an end. This includes happy occasions such as birthdays, anniversaries, holidays, and other events that bring you joy. When these things stop being new, they become old. If you've never been away, then you'll never understand how terrible it is. The more you see of the world, the less satisfied you are with what you see. There's so much cruelty in this world that even goodness has its limits.

It's impossible to live without making some kind of sacrifice; either you give up something you want or you give up something you need. The choice is yours, but either way you lose out because there's no getting round it - the ends don't meet.

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Andrew Garrison

Andrew Garrison is a writer who loves to talk about writing. He has been writing for over 5 years, and has published articles on topics such as writing prompts, personal development, and creative writing exercises. His favorite thing about his job is that every day it keeps him on his toes!

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