Would you say that you live your life with purpose? What does that really mean? Isn’t living with purpose just the pursuit of your dreams? It’s difficult to find your purpose in life sometimes.
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They say that you should follow your passion, and that’s where you find your purpose. Others say that you should also find what you’re good at. If they intersect, you’ve discovered something lovely.
Move toward what YOU want. Did your sorority sister just get married? Did your cousin get promoted? So what? Move toward what you’re passionate about, and stop comparing your station to others.
No matter what you believe, your life has purpose. Maybe you won’t cure cancer or discover a treasure chest, but you were put on this earth for a reason.
This is applicable in so many facets. You can replace the word “purpose” with just about anything. Surround yourself with people who want to see you succeed, who want to see you at your best. Don’t let anyone bring you down.
I’ve seen this attributed to both Pablo Picasso and William Shakespeare. Isn’t that what we’re all looking for? The opportunity to put something out in the world to better the lives of others.
Your purpose is your passion, so you are most “you” when you’re living life with purpose. I love planning events. Multiple people have told me that I’m so “me” whenever our company has events.
When you find your purpose, be consistent! Set your goals, and follow that path. Be consistent, and live with purpose.
Live toward something. Don’t let the drama drag you down. There’s a reason they’re trying to bring you back because you’re on the verge of something wonderful.
If your purpose in life is to be a mermaid, don’t let anyone drag you down! They may tell you it’s impossible. People may make fun of you, but to hell with their opinions!
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