Three Things to Understand About Your Life’s Purpose


You won’t discover your calling until you’ve had enough of living an unfulfilling existence.

  1. You already know what it is – Even though most individuals don’t believe it may be their mission, everyone has one. They do not believe that it will have an effect. They genuinely don’t believe they could profit from it. Others are concerned that they won’t have enough cash to get going. But everything is just an excuse not to start. Helping and serving all of humanity is what your purpose will be about because you don’t need money to do it. You only need to use your words, hands, or heart. Most people will always die unfulfilled of their mission because of money. You’ll come up with the best defence when you’re just not willing or prepared, and you’ll believe it. Life is simply a reflection of what you think. Most people never discover their purpose because they constantly telling themselves they don’t have one. Additionally, nobody can change that. However, the likelihood that you will find it increases as you come to realise that there is something you are here to perform. If you really want to find it, you will notice that it is right in front of you. You must desire to find it. To be able to assist someone, you don’t need money. You only need to use your words, hands, or heart.
  2. It Is Not Hiding – The meaning of your existence is not obscure. Right there in front of you. It is in your line of sight because it requires your attention. It must be carried out. You must decide to see it, or else you’ll pass it by. Consider the activities in your life that you find enjoyable. One or more of those things define your purpose. It is found in what you do while you are idle. It’s the things that come naturally to you. Your purpose is what you are most eager to complete. The ways the universe still functions are a mystery. When your life’s mission is to discover it and you are aware that you are here for much more than you currently are, your life’s purpose will be revealed to you. You won’t find it until you’re done settling. Not that you’ll be looking for it. This is why the first step in discovering your mission is creating an aim. Everything will point you in the right direction if you just have a sincere desire to find it. And you won’t require any equipment to start completing it. To get started, you won’t need money, a car, or an office space. All you need to get going are your hands and heart. It may be right in front of you and you still wouldn’t see it when you’re just not ready. This is one of the reasons life has to be difficult for you to discover your purpose. It is uncomfortable to watch what you have been blind to. Your life’s mission will become clear to you once you realise that you were brought here for so much more and are motivated to discover it.
  3. Your Goal Is Awaiting – You won’t discover or truly consider your mission until you’re uncomfortable; until you’ve had enough of leading a life of mediocrity. This is why so many individuals find the universe to be so unsettling. Money should be the last thing on your thoughts while considering your life’s purpose. Money is never the focus. Serving others is always important. Simply by serving, the universe will determine how to reward you. You only need to play your part; the rest will take care of itself. You won’t need to work hard to get money when you’re doing what you came here to do. It’ll just happen because by pursuing your passions, you raise your energy and align yourself with financial success. If you put an end to your concern and focus on the work, the money will arrive. Put all other concerns aside and just get started. Start engaging in the activities you enjoyed as a child. Do more of the activities that make you feel in the flow. The majority of the time, your mission is something you enjoyed doing when you were younger. Ask your parents if you’re really unsure. People who have known you for a long time will remember if you ask them. Furthermore, you must develop a purpose if you absolutely lack one. What do you truly enjoy doing that can improve the lives of others or make them feel better? That is the work of your soul. All that is left to do is complete it.

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8 Comments Add yours

  1. sicetnon3 says:

    Fear seems to be the final challenge. It is present in the world like the smell of spice in the air.

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    1. GS says:

      Yup, scary but the only through fear is through fear.


  2. Miriam says:

    “You only need to use your words, hands, or heart.” How very true that is.

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    1. GS says:

      That’s all there is to life, isn’t it 🤗

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  3. “You only need to use your words, hands, or heart.” This was all I needed to perform my life’s purpose and yes, it was the thing I enjoyed most during my childhood. I used to think age had something to do with it but now I’m not so sure. I find younger people have found their soul purpose, which is a good thing. ✍️❤️❌🙂

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    1. GS says:

      I think finding soul purpose is also a journey because things keep changing. By yes, the pillars are words, hands and heart for sure.

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      1. And journey’s take time. 🙂❌❤️✍️

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      2. GS says:

        And patience absolutely

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