Do we have a purpose in life?

Josh
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Many of us believe we have no purpose in life because we are too occupied with problems and issues. If you are having problems accepting your current situation, it means you are experiencing resistance when it comes to change. In such a case, you need to ask yourself why you are resistant to change and consider the fact that perhaps it’s your own pride, ego, and stubbornness are getting the best of you, preventing you from accepting a bit of humility and convincing you that you always need to be right when it comes to your life. Your life experiences, especially those of your early childhood are the purpose of your life and why you are here.

Whether or not you will reach the Blueprint Destiny your Soul planned for you before you were born depends on how much you understand, accept and learn from those experiences. They are here to help you in the end, not to hurt you.

How many of us are limited in our way of thinking?
How many of us are afraid of the unknown?
How many of us are confused?
How many of us feel stuck?
How many of us feel blocked?
How many of us are stubborn?
How many of us are a doormat for other people?
How many of us complain?
How many of us are arrogant?
How many of us are self-centered?
How many of us are naïve?
How many of us are shy?
How many of us are gossips?
How many of are jealous of others?
How many of us are ashamed?
How many of us are withdrawn?
How many of us have self-doubt?
How many of us have problems expressing their emotions?
How many of us always criticize others?
How many of us having problem to forgive?
How many of us are spoiled?
How many of us have problems with responsibility?
How many of us judge ourselves and others?
How many of us are perfectionist?
How many of us are skeptic?
How many of us are paranoid?
How many of us have trust issues?
How many of us have fear?
How many of us are impatient?
How many of us are unhappy?

With all of those questions above, and considering the many other possibilities we could be, how many of us complain we have no direction in life? How many of us complain that we are stagnating in this life? Have you ever stopped to ask yourself why you might be stagnant and lacking in direction? If this situation sounds familiar to you, then perhaps it’s time to shift the focus off the feelings, and instead start taking responsibility for why you feel that way in the first place.

Maybe it is time to invest in getting to learn more about yourself and be aware of your direction in life!

In light!

Joseph Ghabi B.M.sc