Something I’ve pretty much always thought about, and I know a lot of others do too, is living a purpose. Some people don’t believe we are here for any reason at all. That it’s all one big fluke. I think a little differently. I believe we’re all put here to do something important, and to learn lessons along the way. Not necessarily change the whole world, no – but change the world around us, and our own realities, yes.
I’ve thought long and hard about what my purpose could be. Yet I never came up with an answer. I felt indecisive, and only ended up in jobs (many of which I hated) through a stroke of luck. However, it’s dawned on me that my purpose isn’t just going to smack me in the face, and I doubt yours is either. To find a purpose, we need to go looking for it. This shouldn’t be difficult, though. It definitely isn’t about giving yourself a headache mulling over your options each day. It’s about following those little instincts and niggles that you just can’t shake off. Doing things you really enjoy, following ideas and intuition, and seeing where they lead you. That’s why I’m not worried. As I make sure I follow the things that make me light up inside, I know I’m on the right path, whether I’m living my ‘purpose’ or not. We’re always exactly where we need to be. There’s no right or wrong, only lessons!
Don’t worry if you don’t feel like you’re living your purpose yet. Everyone has their own unique timing. Start thinking about what lights you up and how you could make a difference, and you’ll get there. Here’s an inforgraphic that could inspire you!
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