I know, it’s a trite phrase. But when you are looking for your life purpose, it’s valid. I understand that none of us wants to grow up, meaning that we don’t want to stop having fun, enjoying life, or to be responsible for the not so fun stuff. Lord knows I don’t want to either. And finding your life’s purpose doesn’t require that you stop all fun, become a lawyer and work pro-bono for every homeless guy in order to support social justice. Well, at least for most of us it doesn’t. For those of you where that applies, good for you. Fight the good fight and I’ll see if I can find someone who’s purpose is to provide you with milk and cookies when you get home.
No, our life’s purpose brings us bone deep satisfaction, a well-spring of energy to get the job done, and that permanent smile that makes people wonder what you’re thinking. Even if your purpose is physically or emotionally demanding, you’ll feel so good at the end of the day you really won’t notice it. And people will see it. You’ll glow. You’ll be so attractive to others that they will be drawn to you for no reason they can put words to. So if you’re doing something that doesn’t make you feel that way, stop and think, is this what I really want to be doing? Is this helping me get where I need to be? Do I even know where I need to be. If you don’t know, trust yourself. If you’re not glowing, what you’re doing ‘ain’t it. You might want to check the Akashics so you can get a head start on what it is. Because who doesn’t want to feel good about what they do everyday?