Living with purpose, most people would agree, is better than living life without purpose.
And yet, if you ask most people what their life purpose is, most, if not all, would be unable to identify a purpose in their life beyond the basic goals of survival and caring for their family.
Some people might even have idealistic notions about “making the world a better place,” or “loving thy neighbor as thyself.” These are all nice things to do, but they’re not living with purpose.
Living with purpose is specific. Purpose is directed. Purpose is very precise.
Everyone has unique characteristics of their body, their mind and their spirit. Why is that? Is it just random fun that God likes to have? I don’t think so.
You see, everyone has a unique purpose and function based upon their unique design. Knowing your design and your purpose are related.
Knowledge is the foundation of everyone’s life whether they know it or not. Knowledge contains the reasons for our birth, and the purpose of our life.
How does one access Knowledge? By being still. By meditating. By listening to the deeper voice within. There are answers for living with purpose and they are waiting for you in Knowledge.
Take the Steps to Knowledge and discover your life’s purpose.
Ultimately, our purpose is not fully known until we are called to it. We cannot create a purpose that we believe would make us famous, attractive, popular or rich. Purpose has to be called out of you for you would almost surely never do it otherwise.
“The Will of Heaven is all around you, but the world has many attractions, seductions and distractions. People are called away, and as is so often the case, they give their life away prematurely—in relationships, bonding themselves to people, places and things. This fills up the need temporarily, the need for the sacred life.” – excerpted from The Sacred Life
Living with purpose means living a life not followed by many. It means living a life that you KNOW you were meant to live. It means living a sacred life where every thought, every action, every thought is a part of your purpose and calling in the world.
Living with purpose is not a life full of endless joy and satisfaction. It is a life of work and contribution beyond finding a partner and raising a family. It is a life that will demand more from you than you can imagine and it is living a life with purpose that satisfies your deepest needs at the level of your soul:
“If you are going to find your calling in life, you must put that in the highest priority. If your purpose for coming here requires this, then it is the greatest value. Fulfilling your social obligations or your biological urges are not as important as this, my God, for we are speaking of the need of the soul. It is the need of the soul to find its purpose and fulfill it in the world, within the circumstances of the world. This is what reestablishes your divine nature. This is what fulfills your commitment to God. This is what ends conflict within you. This is where your true nature becomes integrated. This is where your body serves your mind and your mind serves your Spirit, as they were designed to do. This is where your life comes together. This is where you assume greater responsibilities. This is what satisfies the need of the soul.” – excerpted from The Age of Women
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