Jim Carrey has always been the Seek A Therapy founder’s favourite comedian. In this 4-minute video, he discusses what he believes to be the meaning of life. There are so many important things in this video that he mentions that should resonate with many of you and why I wanted to share this with you. Let yourself reflect on life, Ask the important questions about what the meaning of life is for you. We hope you enjoy it and it helps.


Jim Carrey Quotes From The Meaning Of Life Clip

“Take a chance doing what you love”

Life is fleeting. Life can change on its head in an instant, for the better and worse. It is full of ups and downs. It is this reason, you need to make time to do what you love. Part of the meaning of life for everyone is to enjoy it.

As the saying goes, find a job you love doing and you’ll never work another day in your life. Not all of us are that fortunate. Even so, if you can find the time to practice what it is you enjoy and build on it it will help you have a fulfilling life.

“…I can tell you from my experience the effect you have on others is the most valuable currency there is…”

Helping one another is a human trait. The people that put others down are the ones that probably need the most help. To belittle others is because they have underlying issues. So if you have experienced being called names, or been told you are not good enough, realise this. They do it because they are hurting even if on the outside it looks like they aren’t. Don’t let others hurts make you become a person who is afraid to help others. Help everyone you can, whenever you see someone is in need. It makes life more fulfilling.

“Don’t let anything stand in the way of the light that shines through this form risk being seen in all its glory”

Acceptance from our peers is something we all strive for. Part of our mind still has survival instincts from the dawn of man. A time when survival meant being accepted. Being warm in the camp fire surrounded by others meant survival from threat. In the modern age, being accepted by our peers is still deeply engraned in our minds.

If you need help finding your meaning, consider speaking to a therapist. There are many who can you including counsellors, life coaches and mindfulness teachers in this regard. Search our database for local therapists or click here for online.

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