It was a reasonable question, it seemed to me. Then my friend said, “I don’t have time to read everything. Can’t someone just tell me what to do so that I feel connected and I feel like I am living the life I am supposed to live?”
I sympathized. But my friend’s desire for a “purpose guidebook” contains in it the seeds of it’s own disuse. You see, if a person does not really KNOW their purpose by feeling it deep inside, they won’t believe what they are told.
Too often, a person will prefer their own plans for a life’s purpose which they conjured from their imagination. People prefer what they want rather than what they need.
Fortunately for my friend, there is a new book that briefly speaks to this dilemma of wanting fast answers to deep questions. It is called, “Secrets of Heaven” and it gives some of the most inspiring and brief answers to humanity’s most difficult questions.
Here’s one quote: