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Arghaya Dalapati GT1000 August 30, 2009 Journal Entry 1 The purpose of living is essentially to accomplish goals. Take for yourself, your goal by reading this paper is to make sure I understand the concept of creating goals, or to make sure I did my work properly. Either way you have a goal while reading this paper. But it’s the type of goals which set’s everyone apart. Some individuals have simple goals like educating young eager minds and preparing them for the future. Other individuals have larger goals such as fighting international poverty. But overall everyone has some sort of goal to accomplish when they set out in the morning (or night depending on what year you are at Georgia Tech). Meta-goals define the largest goals, an individual has. Some people might have goals such as retirement or making sure their son/daughter survives through college. But there are a few who have goals which might seem outrageous, but their whole purpose in life is to accomplish that goal. My meta-goal is to
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