Humans for the most part are not born consciously
knowing what their purpose is and it must be found through exploration.
Most living things belong to a particular soul group and are born knowing their purpose in life. An animal will spend its day foraging for food, taking care of itself and its young, and creating a home. No one tells an animal to do this, yet it instinctively knows how. Humans, for the most part, are not born consciously knowing what their purpose is.
Purpose gives our life meaning. When you discover your purpose, you can live your life with intention and make choices that serve your objective for why you are here on the planet. Finding your purpose is not always easy. You must embrace life wholeheartedly, explore many different pathways, and allow yourself to grow. Your purpose is as unique as you are and will evolve as you move through life. You don’t need anyone’s permission to fulfill your purpose, and no one can tell you what that purpose is. Finding and fulfilling your purpose can be a lifelong endeavor. To figure out what your purpose is, ask yourself what drives you – not what forces you out of bed in the morning, but what makes you glad to be alive. Make a list of activities that you wish you were involved in or think about a career path that you would love to embark upon. These are the endeavors that can help you fulfill your purpose and bring you the most satisfaction.
Picture yourself working on projects that don’t interest you or fulfill your purpose, yet they help satisfy your basic survival needs. Imagine how living this way each day would make you feel. Next, picture yourself devoting your time to projects that spark your imagination, inspire, excite, and satisfy you. More often than not, these activities are some of the ways that you can fulfill your life purpose. Time spent on these endeavors will never feel like a waste. Live your life with purpose, and you will feel significant and capable because every action you take and each choice you make will have meaning to it. ~ The Daily OM
Fantastic. Just what i needed to read, as i sit here dreading having to be in town first thing tomorrow morning for a job interview, computer testing, and all that jazz that comes along with job hunting. I guess my blog has been good for one thing - i can now touch type like a million words a minute!
I need to get myself into the most positive, and motivated mood that i can possibly muster. I need an early night, and to wake up feeling good.
Nixon had another seizure last night. Luckily i was out, and missed out on witnessing it. I hate it when he does that. Today, i am sure that i can smell those nasty anal glands again! Honestly, it is so gross and makes it kinda hard to love him. Off to the Vet goes my ten thousand dollar Nixon at some stage in the next couple of days.
And Mr T has now advised me that instead of being sure that he will not change how he feels about me anytime in at least the next ten years, this has now been increased to the next forty years. That's sweet - by the time forty years has gone by, he will be 80 odd years old and his chances of scoring even a cyber girlfriend, will be slim.
All is good in my little world at the moment. I am going to stay focused, and motivated. I need to do this.
Sheesh Nixon STINKS! Mr T has not smelled those anal glands yet. I better make sure he doesn't, or i could lose 39 years by default.