The following question has a set of sequentially ordered statements. Each statement can be classified as one of the following:
- Facts, which deals with the pieces of information that one has heard, seen or read and which are open to discovery or verification (the answer option indicates such a statement with an ‘F’).
- Inferences, which are conclusions drawn about the unknown, on the basis of the known (the answer option indicates such a statement with an ‘I’).
- Judgements, which are opinions that imply approval or disapproval of persons, objects, situations and occurrences in the past, the present or the future (the answer option indicates such a statement with an ‘J’)
Select the option that best describes the set of statements.
- So much of our day-to-day seems to be on getting things done, trudging our way through the task of living – it can feel like a treadmill that gets you nowhere; where is the childlike joy?
- We are not doing the things that make us happy; that which brings us joy; the things we cannot wait to do because we enjoy them so much.
- This is the stuff that the joyful living is made of –identifying your calling and committing yourself wholeheartedly to it.
- When this happens, each moment becomes a celebration for you; there is a rush of energy that comes with feeling completely immersed in doing what you love most.