Leading Lives That Matter: Course Analysis

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During this course, Leading Lives That Matter, I was challenged by God, fellow students, and the readings pertaining to this course. Being this was my first online course at Regis University, I did not know what to expect. The different views and opinions from my classmates challenged my own outlook on life. This course helped me shape by life by looking more into God and my life as a whole rather than living in the moment. Values, aspirations, virtues, and vocations lead us to our future are the answers to “how we ought to live.” Being more open to interpretation and open to opinions, I realized throughout this course, what my true purpose in life was, leading a life that matters.
We must not be powerless for we do not know what the future
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