The dictionary defines purpose as the reason for which something is done or created or for which something exists. If you are reading this, you may be looking for your life purpose like many many people.
Truth the matter of fact is, our life purpose is hidden in disguise deep deep inside of us and sometimes right before our eyes.
Here are few Things They Won’t Tell You About Finding Your Life Purpose
1. Most people die without finding their life purpose
Because most people do not look for their life purpose or most give up just after few failed attempts at finding it. Looking for your purpose is a great telltale sign that you have one.
2. Nobody can really help you
I hate to be the one to bring it down to you, but everybody, yes, even your most dear friend, is way too busy with finding their own life purpose to help you find yours.
Although you may be surrounded by good company, finding your purpose is a very narrow path on a fragile bridge that can only carry one person at a time.
3. The signs are hard to recognize
“If you can’t figure out your purpose, figure out your passion. For your passion will lead you right into your purpose.” –T.D. Jakes
4. A life purpose can be many different purposes
5. You need to step out of your comfort zone
We are so involved in our own little bubble sometimes we can’t figure things out when the answers can be found right before our eyes if only we could step one foot outside.
Having a different point of view, an external point of view, is often the key note we overlooked. How many times are we looking for our keys all over the house when they were quietly sitting on the table during the whole time? Finding your life purpose is kind of the same thing.
The answers are near. You just have to dare to look at things from a different angle. Go on the other side of the fence. If you want to know who you truly are, you have to be willing to make mistakes to see what you are truly made of or not made of. Because how can you tell you hate pumpkin pie if you never tried it?
Be different. Dare to be yourself.