John Lennon Poem – The Meaning of Life

Here is a good break from your current stressful workflow. Reading this poem from John Lennon about the meaning of life…it does make me realize …when we are kids we are told anything is possible….yet….as we get older – more and more of our friends and colleagues and family members tell us that we need to “grow up” and think realistically.

I never want to grow up!

Read below:

I Never Want to “Grow Up”

When I was 5 years old, my mother always told me that happiness was the key to life.

When I went to school they asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up. I wrote down “happy”.

Then they told me I didn’t understand the assignment, and I told them they didn’t understand life.John Lennon

Its true….my parents just want me to be happy. Our friends….life is too short. What is it for, to accumulate wealth and die? Or is it to experience life and share with others.

I really hope it is the 2nd…but then again, on my deathbed I don’t want to have any regrets…and for the most part…I believe I am going the hard way in life and not listening to everyone around me.

Like Steve Jobs says – we need to look in the mirror every day and make sure we are living the life we want to live.

Maybe I will be a blogger writing his last blog post I hope to continue to share like this blogger did…hopefully make some people realize what are we really stressing about.

How Do You Interpret This Poem?

Let’s all stay positive and remember we are only on this Earth, in this form, for a limited time. Let’s enjoy it but also be respectable at the same time.

Peace and love!

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  1. Mike Jack and Nina really appreciate the quotes you have written down for us for Teddy Roosevelt

     and Dwight D. Eisenhower ..We are now retiring age… and I believe you are right that life is making mistakes, and becoming better and stronger… That we should not criticize as much as we should keep striving for excellence in what we are doing… and to keep doing and making this world a better place… for those lives we touch… Your words show wisdom and are needed to be said… We love you very much Mike… You are a man of God… Humble and reaching for excellence while not stepping on others…

    Now some lunch… Your family is very thankful for you Mike… Thanks for writing..and inspiring others… in heart and mind.

    Love in Christ,

    Aunt Nina and Uncle Jack

    1. Thanks aunt nina and uncle jack…I miss spending the holidays back at home in USA but this experience is amazing and I am glad technology let’s me share it online with u and anyone else who wants go read

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