My purpose in life is to obey God, and do my utmost best to accomplish what God wants of me.
My understanding is to learn and gain knowledge. You achieve this through life experience and many would say through your past lives as well. Many would also say that they are guided by spiritual principles - this may be the case - as long as we don't follow blindly. Experience would suggest exploring and seeking rather than just following without thinking for yourself - that's why we have a brain afterall.
The purpose of my life is to use all my pain and suffering to help others.
To do our best and to make the most of the life that we have. We only get one chance! Also making a difference in other peoples lives and helping when you can
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