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How To Find Purpose Of One's Life

Have you ever found yourself lost in thought, wondering about the true meaning of life? It's a question that has puzzled humanity for ages, one that seems to have as many answers as there are stars in the sky. We spend our days chasing different things, like jobs or relationships, believing they'll bring us happiness and fulfilment. But if you take a moment to really think about it, you'll realize that deep down, what we all want is actually same i.e. inner peace.


Think about it for a second. What drives us to pursue these different goals? What is the common thread that ties together our varied aspirations? Strip away the layers of expectations and desires, and you'll see that what lies at the core of it all is a desire to feel content, to find that sense of contentment, calm and satisfaction within ourselves. It's like we're all searching for the same hidden treasure, just that each taking a different path to get there.

Life is like a puzzle, with each piece representing a different aspect - your career, your relationships, your passions. We often fixate on one piece, thinking it holds the key to our happiness. But like a puzzle missing crucial pieces, a singular focus can leave us feeling incomplete. The truth is, finding purpose of life isn't about choosing one piece over the others; it's about fitting them all together in harmony. It's like composing a beautiful melody, where each note contributes to the symphony of life.


So, how do you discover the purpose and achieve this balance?


It should probably begin with introspection. Take a moment to reflect on what truly matters to you. What brings you joy and fulfilment? What values do you hold? - These should be your guiding stars that will lead you on your journey.

Once you have a clearer understanding of your desires, it's time to start piecing together the puzzle. Think of it as crafting a masterpiece, with each stroke of the brush adding more depth and meaning to the canvas of life. Pursue a career that aligns with your passions and values, nurture relationships that uplift and support you, and make time for activities that nourish your soul.


But remember, finding your purpose is not a destination; it's a journey of self-discovery and growth. Just as a gardener tends to their plants, so too must you tend to the garden of your life, nurturing it with care and attention.

In the end, the purpose of life isn't some elusive prize to be won; it's the journey itself. It's the moments of laughter and tears, triumphs and failures, that shape us into who we are meant to be. So, embrace the journey, cherish the lessons it teaches you, and above all, strive to live a life that is authentically yours, filled with meaning, purpose, and a deep sense of inner contentment. Seek support if you are finding it difficult to do it on your own because attaining this wholesome contentment is what brings the real meaning to life than attaining success in just one aspect of it.

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May 13
Rated 4 out of 5 stars.

Wonderfully thought and written...

It touches the soul.

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