What will snap you out of the dreams and the goals of your life?
For Narayanan Krishnan in India, it was seeing an old man eating his own waste. His life was never the same again. He asked himself, “What is the purpose of my life, if people are starving and I am feeding wealthy people in a hotel?”
He was a bright, young, award-winning chef with a five-star hotel group, short-listed for an elite job in Switzerland. Now, he has served nearly 2 million meals to India’s homeless and hungry. He has devoted his life to feeding souls.
“Purpose is realized by taking the journey, not by establishing a favorable or fascinating explanation or a definition for oneself. Purpose is not a justification. It does not compensate for anything. Purpose is something that is waiting for you to discover. You can only discover it by taking the journey, by following the way, by learning as you go and by gaining the greater perspective and understanding that one acquires as one matures in The Way of Knowledge.” — Greater Community Spirituality, Chapter 5: What is Human Purpose?