Life Is a Camera

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Life is a Photographic Telescope
(Also known as a camera) The obstacles we go through in life directly affect who we become by providing us with memories to last a lifetime. We all lead different lives, and we all make different decisions, thus we all have different moments that we’ve captured to look back on. The metaphor “life is a camera” describes how everyone has different perspectives on life. The things we experience and how we react to them directly influence the people we will become. Like a camera, we can focus on what’s important, capture moments, develop from negatives, and take another shot when things go wrong. So power up, pick a moment and seize it. Your life is passing by. What are you going to do with it? First, take a step back and focus in on what’s important. Don’t be misguided by the loads of junk nearby. In life you have to appreciate the beautiful things you’re given. It’s easy to dwell on the long lines, and the mean things people say about you, but by crumbling under the despair of what others think of you is a telltale sign that you’ve forgotten what is actually worth worrying about. The opinion of those who are actually important to you, those who hold a special place inside you, those are the people whose opinions matter. Don’t lose yourself to the hogwash of everyday life. You’re alive. So be grateful. Life is filled with flaws, and you will probably never be put in an ideal situation. Deal with it. If you’re searching for your perfect ending remember there will almost always be something that’s not quite right. Focus on the important matters in life. Unless you’ve recently lost a loved one, you’re dying, or you live in extreme poverty choose to be happy. And don’t forget to take a lot of pictures. Being able to capture those memories reminds us of the good times we have had, how blessed we have been and how important those…...

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