Have you known your purpose in life? How?
Most individuals seem to be lost in the search for their purpose in life.
I wonder if there are people out there who really identify their purpose here on Earth.
After being out of teaching for ten years, I got back into it as a sub. From the minute I walked into the school, I knew I was meant to be there. Teaching brings me joy. It took being away from it and back again to have no doubt it is my purpose. A great book on finding your purpose is Finding Your Own North Star by Martha Beck.
Thanks g-girl for answering. Teaching is such a noble profession. It is great to know that there are teachers like you who dedicate their life in that field. I am happy for you.
That you for the recommendation, I'll add it to my "must read" list!
That's pretty cool g-girl!
I'm gonna take your recommendation and read Martha Beck's book.
I've found my purpose through meditation and philosophical inquiry, I know I'm meant to inspire the questioning of the limits of our perception, and that creation is my main purpose. I discovered my truth only by working on what I love, practicing and persevering to become the person I wish to be.
I still feel I don't have all the pieces of the puzzle, but In my soul I fully trust my purpose.
The purpose of life is the work you do and be most satisfied with. I enjoy writing and earlier used to do painting as well. But now for a long time I am not into painting. But these means of creativity is for me is the ultimate purpose as I feel so satisfied after every little thing i write now.
So for me its any form of creativity which gives me ultimate pleasure is the purpose of life.
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