Monday, March 7, 2011



Nothing in life is SWEET when it holds the intentions of enforcing your purpose, we all must expect to go through SOMETHING to gain SOMETHING. However, the real question is—do you know your true purpose? While most of us struggle to answer this intricate question, others use their very existence to confront life and gain this much wanted answer. But why do so many of us lack the tenacity and focus needed to move in the right direction; ultimately providing a resolution to one of life’s greatest enigmas—discovery of one’s life purpose. Metaphorically, I find it to be like stumbling around in a dark room, attempting to find a light switch that will guide and provide enlightenment towards over-standing, of why we’re really here. 

Oddly, sometimes our purpose is pursuing us and we don’t even know it. Instead we grow frantic as the clock of [life] ticks, feeling pressured to pursue the finding of life’s “calling.”It’s not always easy to remain patient as life unveils its many test and lessons. Nevertheless, all must welcome life with initiative and motivation, trusting that its answers will provide a tailored gift, one that is set in place to support us as we fulfill our life’s work. Whether it is for you to be a schoolteacher, pastor, social worker, doctor, photographer, musician, youth counselor or mentor you already encompass everything  you need inside of you; reasons why I have always remained adamant in saying over and over, “One’s purpose is to define their true purpose and then everything makes sense.”

Clearly, we are all a part of the puzzle called co-existence where each of us connects to compliment the purpose of one another. Ironically, others will find out their purpose through your own findings.  However, what should one’s course of action be........when they are amongst the many that have not yet determined life’s purpose? It’s simple—firmly presses forward and strike at opportunities that gear towards where your passions, interest and heartfelt desires may lie. If one remains determined and receptive to their surroundings, I do believe that divine navigation will guide you towards your true meaning(s). Moving forward once we have made the connection to our purpose, it’s now our RESPONSIBILITY to put our gift to good use by impacting others and the world in general!


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