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  1. You ask “What is the right way to live? — – in response, I ask you:

    1. What is correct?
    2. Why and who needs it?
      You limit yourself to thinking that there are Rules. There are no rules (with a capital P). There are laws of nature that cannot be violated, and a social contract that can be violated, but for violation of which, according to it, you will suffer one or another punishment from conviction to imprisonment or life. Believers will tell you more about the law of God, but I do not believe in gods, and I despise believers for their overwhelming irresponsibility, so let's not talk about it, and people of a critical mind will tell you that this is also a social contract or-if God(s) still exist — the laws of nature. Thus, it comes down to two forms of rules: the inviolable laws of nature and the inviolable social contracts.

    You can agree or disagree with the laws of nature, but you will have to accept them: hot burns, sharp wounds, poisonous poisons, carelessness leads to undesirable consequences, entropy increases, death is natural — and whatever you do, it will be so. At the same time, it is impossible to live in any way outside these rules, so within the framework of nature, any life is correct-another question is how much it benefits a single organism, a single population in which it lives, a single biogeocenosis and life in general. Here you can come up with your own philosophical rules, your own deontology, your own views on what should be: who should live and who should die, trees are more expensive than forests or forests are more expensive than trees, whether a drop in the sea and a fly in the ointment disappear without a trace-and so on, but all this will be your own, and if you Only a cold, unbiased, heartless, merciless, infinite nature will remain.

    You can agree or disagree with the social contract, you can follow it or break it, but you will have to accept the regularity of the consequences or leave society with the contract that you do not like. Thus, it is possible to live outside these rules, both partially (violating and trying to avoid the consequences) and completely (isolating yourself). If you agree to a social contract, the correct life will be the one that corresponds to it. If Russian society (like many societies now and before) openly considers homosexuality a disease and a danger, it is better not to be homosexual or disguise it, and if some hypothetical society openly considers redheads to have no soul, it is better not to be born red or dye your hair in a different color. With your consent, you accept the rules. If you disagree, you reject the rules. But what is your reference point in both cases? — your own philosophical rules, your own deontology, your own views on ought to be. You agree or disagree not because the imposed rules are objectively right or wrong, but because they are right or wrong for you.

    There are no rules.

    So why do you need to live “properly”? To fit in with a society that makes you ask yourself how to live properly? Is it necessary for you or for someone else? Do I need to?

    Also, I really hope thatThe accuracy of the words will come and stick to your question, Yuri Tikhonravov will share links to what rules of life are distinguished by different people, andEvgeny Yakovlev will help you come to terms with all this.

  2. Not a simple question that will be answered because he believes that there is no single recipe and can not be. Everyone has their own way of life and this way they will pass one and only one. There is only one way to know the world, it is to learn, learn and get the experience of life. To live is necessary to live, and not to solve it. What's good for one is bad for the other. There are no recipes for correctness, knowledge, knowledge and knowledge is the path leading to the top. With respect.

  3. If you are happy and content, then it is yours.

    Often life tells you what to do and what to listen to.

    The most correct thing is to spend your whole life learning to learn new things. It is necessary to learn, to master many skills as early as possible. And then you will understand what you really want to do in this life. A person who knows how to do a lot with their own hands is more practical. And if your brain still thinks – there is no price for such a person. Be able to cook, take care of yourself, take care of the apartment, so as not to be dependent on someone. Happiness is when a person is not helpless and serves himself completely.

    Not to be with anyone just because of the fear of loneliness.

    Don't be afraid to start over, even if you seem to have lost everything.

  4. Man is a part of the Nature of the Earth, this irrefutable essence deciphers the concept of Man's place in the universe and his duties of behavior to maintain LIFE on planet Earth…

  5. A person is a part of the Universe, he must live according to its laws, and these are: The Right Views, the Right Intentions, the Right Speech, the Right Actions, the Right Way of Life, the Right Efforts, the Right Awareness, the Right Concentration. “Happy is the one who is satisfied!!!” With respect.

  6. Well in general so:

    1. Do not smoke, drink alcohol, try or use drugs. If relevant – > quit immediately.
    2. Goes to bed at 22 o'clock, wakes up at 7. Try not to change the mode.
    3. Maintain your health. Exercise, exercise, and harden up. Take care of your nerves.
    4. Eat right. Fractional, separate, fruits, vegetables. Vitamins in any form.
    5. Maintain order at home, wet cleaning at least 3 times a week.
    6. Monitor your appearance. Look clean, neat, and well-groomed. It smells good, but not too much.
    7. Do good deeds, at least once a day. Help others be happier.
    8. Maintain a positive cash balance. Don't borrow money. Have savings and assets. Be ready to help your loved ones financially in any case, and not just in words.
    9. Develop as a specialist. Keep in mind that it will be difficult to get a job or change your profile if you are older than 30. Prepare the base for these difficulties in advance.
    10. Develop as a person. Read and visit new places. Be open to new things.
    11. Do not allow to be manipulated and do not deal with yourself. Notice and stop it. No one owes anyone anything. If you are misunderstood in the end, exclude communication to the maximum. Not to prove or dissuade.
    12. Do not collect obligations out of control. Family, children, animals, help, and so on. Everything should be completely meaningful and 10 more times thought out.
    13. Do not consider yourself the master: of the world, position, over someone. Everything can change beyond recognition at any time. Remember this.

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