Michael Bluemling, Jr. | What is Life All About?
Michael Bluemling, Jr., is a former Sergeant of Soldiers and author of "Bridging the Gap from Soldier to Civilian," who overcame abuse to become a success story, after his transition from soldier to civilian. He shares his insight with fellow veterans, to help them through this arduous process, successfully.
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What is Life All About?

What is Life All About?

By Michael Bluemling Jr.

I think that everyone has a moment or a time in their life when they are trying to “find themselves”. It is a natural behavior to question the actions that you are taking in your life and how that they are affecting your decisions. In the future can we all be a better person? Yes we can, and we do this through self-awareness or discovery through the processes that we take in our own lives. What is to say what process is better than another? It usually is an opinion or a guess at the very best. It falls on us to understand our own strengths and weaknesses. Go with what you know and learn as much as you can along the way, should be everyone’s motto in this world. We all strive for perfection, but all fall so short even in our brightest hour.

We are all blessed and through our religious beliefs we realize our true value in this world. It is not about what we own or how educated we are. It is about how we treat each other and how we can impact another person’s life in this world. My hope is that everyone on Earth realizes this and we all set out to use our gifts and talents from God to make our society and the environments that we all live in a better place. If religion helps someone do that, which I believe in my heart that it does not matter what you believe in, than the more power to that person. It always falls on the individuals making their own choices both good and bad. No matter what those decisions are, we can all help motivate and educate those who are not as fortunate or who have not had the same opportunities as us. The future is in our hands as leaders and within our own individual calling on Earth.

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