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 What Is Your Purpose ? 

Date of Publish - Wednesday, 19th September 2018

What is that we want in our life?What do we finally want to achieve in our life?What is your purpose in life?

 There might be many answers to these questions but whatever they might be it is important to analyze the reasons to them.It is important to ask yourself why? Why do you want to do it?It’s the why that drives you. Your why is intimately tied to your purpose in life.You need to ask yourself what is your burning desire.Once you find out what your burning desire is you just need to plan your time to achieve it. Achievement, wealth and recognition in themselves are useless if they do not answer the “why” question. Why? Because the reason for doing something is ultimately more important than what is done.

Sometimes it is seen that we often tend to go with the flow, just move in a direction where all our friends are moving forgetting what our goals are. It is said “only a dead fish moves with the flow”. We are very much alive with our thoughts,we don’t need to go with the flow. We need to find our own purpose in life. Obviously when god created us he gave us different talents and skills, each one of us is different from one another so is our purpose,we just need to find what’s our purpose.

What most of us are doing is that we just exist. We live year in and year out as though living itself is our ultimate goal. If we make enough money and have enough things to get us through to the next year we are satisfied. Surely, there is more to our lives than that? The answer to this question lies partly in your why. Your why is the strong reason you desire something.

Although it is not what you desire, but the strong reason why you desire it. If you examine it further you will find that your why is closely tied to your purpose in life: the thing that you are here to do. It may be something that interests you, excites you, inspires you, or just that small voice in the back of your head that tells you ought to be doing something. These are often the clues that hold the answer to finding your purpose. Unfortunately, they are often the clues we tend to ignore or suppress. Yes, they may not be complete clues. Certain pieces of the puzzle may be missing. But these pieces can only be found once we decide to set off on the journey.

There is no way in the world anyone can do what I have just described to you and end up living a meaningless life. One piece at a time the puzzle will become clear and complete. You will discover your purpose, and when you do, it will likely not be some experience where you got hit on the head and nearly knocked out by the revelation. It will come naturally. It will be something that combines most of your life’s experiences and your abilities into one perfect purpose. It will be something you probably had a clue about all along.

Author :
Vibha Vaid


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