Greater purpose

Updated: Mar 16, 2021

Discovering our greater purpose in life is very fulfilling. Many, amongst us don’t have a life purpose. Most folks will coast through life (that is OK) feeling content with the choices they have made when it comes to career or job, and that may be a life purpose of its own. However, if you are one of those people who feel alone, empty inside (lack of), or sense that there should be more to life, implementing a life purpose is be a good idea.

During the 2020 COVID lockdown, I had time to reflect on that very statement, “There’s got to be more to this life." So, I decided to embark on a new path of self-fulfillment & discovery while publicly sharing my progress through this blog.

Knowing where we want to be is not always easy to figure out. We currently live in a world of disparity in thoughts and opinions, media influence, confusion, lack of implication, and a world that is quick to judge. It is important t take time to pull back, consciously watch the movie that is unfolding all around us and ask ourselves the question, “Where do we fit in all this?” Pick a cause, a subject, a project, devote some time to it, learn from it, and maybe implicate yourself in it. Come clean, ride the wave, and enjoy the journey.

Personally, to help me focus, stay the course, and to find where I want to be in the future, I used Jack Canfield’s principle #2, from his book; "The Success Principle." Through a specific exercise, I developed my mission statement. Here is the result: My life purpose (and the mission of this blog) is to use my energy & authenticity to promote self-integrity & self-preservation, and to help people trigger & awaken their power within, to achieve ONE’s health goals, best life journey, and greater purpose.

Why are you here? What is your life purpose? Are you exactly where you want to be at this point in life? What are your aspirations? How to move forward in a post-pandemic era? How to inspire others? These are all questions I will write about in this blog, and then some. If you would like to see more and read more, show your support, subscribe to my blog, and share your thoughts, it’s free!

PS: The cover picture is a pic of myself doing a headstand, taken in 2006 in an era where I began using a more flexible perspective, looking at life from all dimensions and embarked on a path to seek new knowledge. My conclusion: Life is a complex, perplexing predicament to be explored until my last breath.

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