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If you're not living to your fullest potential, but just taking up air, what's the point? Are you alive on this green, grassy planet just to keep the lawn mowed? Or does God have more in mind for your life? Is your desperate, hopeless condition confirmed? Are you resigned to your lot in life? Have you given up? Perhaps you've turned to booze and find your only consolation in a bottle. No one sees you shedding futile tears that fall in your darkened room, to no avail. Quiet desperation washes over you. Death and the fear of its effects drive men to desperate, hopeless actions, yet they remain held in its inescapable clutches.

They go to the grave, still singing the same song that ran through the course of their lives. The song in men's hearts probably goes a little something like this:. My God, my God, why have You forsaken me? Far from my deliverance are the words of my groaning. These words were penned looking ahead to Messiah, yet do not refer merely to His cry during His physical suffering.

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Each man can also relate to the desperate groaning for deliverance from death. The most common earmark of death: the mundane facts of living a uninspired, pedestrian life. This is what it means to be a prisoner of death, living under its dark shadow:. For He looked down from His holy height; From heaven the LORD gazed upon the earth, to hear the groaning of the prisoner; To set free those who were doomed to death. So what are you going to do now?

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What are you going to do with the rest of your life? If you give up your groaning — your earnest longing — what's left? If that's all there is to life, then let's keep dancing. Break out the booze and have a ball. If that's all there is, then eat drink and be merry, for tomorrow you will die and go hell Isaiah I say that for the shock value, certainly.

But it is for a good cause — perhaps it will rouse you from your passive slumber or slap you out of your stupor. You see, desperation also has a different meaning, one that requires action to be taken on your part:. If you're really and truly desperate, you should courageously undertake action as a last resort. Desperate times call for desperate measures, and desperate men will do just about anything.

We want you to know there is hope. He hears the cry of your heart and longs to set you free from the curse of death and its effects on your everyday life.

Choose your future. Choose life… But why would I want to do a thing like that?

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I chose not to choose life. And the reasons? There are no reasons. Trainspotting wastes no time and pulls no punches. Live like the masses… or inject. I intend to live a life less ordinary without the needle and the damage done. There is more than one way to be extraordinary. We see the same lies and foolishness, but I choose a different divergent path to escape. Which is the reason why man makes himself and everybody else so miserable and unhappy. Nice one. It is quite amazing how much misery we inflict upon ourselves for no apparent reason well, there is a reason, just not a very good one.

This was the first time I really started questioning the script that life expects from us.

Why were we both working? There is a narrative written for each of us by society. It is the script we are expected to follow more or less.

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It's free! Click here to find out more. Read on. Every day life is replete with dissonance and deception intentional or not. Identify them and you are well on your way to freeing yourself and discovering truth. At one or time or another, many of us feel stuck in our lives. Unable to move forward. When you have plans, do you stick to them rigidly?

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