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In Life, You Will Realize There Is a Purpose for Every Person You Meet

Updated on July 20, 2019
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Writing is my passion. I have an undying thirst and quest in the field of writing. Some eat, drink or use drugs when stressed; I write.

Everyone that comes into your life enters into it for a reason, but not everyone is meant to stay. What I am proposing, ‘There is a purpose for everyone you meet’.
Everyone that comes into your life enters into it for a reason, but not everyone is meant to stay. What I am proposing, ‘There is a purpose for everyone you meet’.

Is There a Purpose for Everyone You Meet?

Each person you meet is expected to cross your path and has the purpose of serving in your life. It may be to encourage or build you to the person you are meant to be. Perhaps, they come to challenge you or teach you how to tap into the life meant for you.

Do you believe that everyone you meet was destined to be in our life? I do, because every person, we come in contact with has something to teach us. You're born with a purpose and learning to connect with and live that purpose is a beautiful journey that typically grows into challenging and surprising roads.

A purpose is not something to be forced; it is unique and it is like a treasure hunt. If you want to explore your purpose in life, your life's mission should be to express yourself boldly. Then open your life to an opportunity where you are willing to take the necessary steps that call to you.

Although the call will consist of curiosity, maybe even specific help. It might even provide input and guidance, but you must be able to distinguish what you love and dislike. Moreover, you must know how to be creative and I believe only you can figure it out. Therefore, you must strive accordingly to control your quality of life.

Don't Be Discouraged When the Wrong Person Leaves Your Life

In understandable terms, every person you meet is destined to be in your life. Some will come and others will go. If you lose somebody from your life, don't allow that to make you lose yourself.

That person is meant to go and no longer cross your path for a reason. And another may be meant to come and cross your path for a cause. They both have the purpose of serving in your development.

As many more will come into your life and one will test you. And others will come into your life to add value to your life directly. Several will come into your life to have you available at their convenience and so they can use you.

Some will come into your life and strike a deep and meaningful unity and touch you. While a person will come into your life, the one with a simple concept to let your actions meet your words.

They will guide you smoothly and they will be in your life to teach you a lot of things. However, of all the people you meet, you are destined to meet someone special who knows how to bring out the best in you.

Therefore, I do believe everyone you meet is intended to be in your life. There is a purpose for every person you meet. I am a firm believer that Destiny decides whom we meet in life and everyone that we encounter is put in our path for a purpose.

But it is truly up to you who gets to stay or leave your life. Therefore, never regret knowing someone because although wrong people bring unhappiness in your life, they also give experience, and the right people are there to bring happiness to your life, so, it’s balanced.

Think about it - the evil people who enter your life always teach you a lesson and the right people are there to bring you good memories. Although sometimes the people you think you want in your life are not always the people you need in your life, but if you use it as a lesson, the bad can turn it into what can bring the best in your life. So, we should let go of the wrong, let it pass and move forward.

Some People will Come and others will Go

As we continue life's journey to strive to be who we’re meant to be and live our purpose, we must lay the foundation to understand that 'There is a purpose for every person that you meet in life’.

And to set the foundation for those who are to come, we must build the Pillars of life with the brick's others have provided for us or thrown at us.

These bricks have pointed the way to discoveries, enabling us to have a more comfortable life. In life, you'll realize that this is a journey, filled with what we create for it.

Life brings hardships, many experiences, heartaches, incredible joy, and most of all, exciting people that we can enjoy much fun with in life. Life is not a rose garden and no one said it would be easy.

In fact, life is more of a garden full of thorns that leads to a bumpy road that will not be smooth. Although sometimes the most beautiful things in life worth having comes wrapped in a bouquet of thorns.

As we travel this journey called life, as we live and experience life, we will encounter good times as well as bad times. It is up to us to make sure the good days outweigh the bad ones. Don’t bury your head in the sand and stop living because you met the wrong person. Remember, there is a purpose for every person you meet in life.

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Your Road to Self-Discovery Requires help From Others

In life, the more you travel your journey and encounter new people, you will realize there is a role for everyone you meet. No one crosses your path by accident. When a person comes into your life; they have a message for you.

You don't meet someone by accident and a person doesn't just randomly appear in your life; there is a purpose behind it. Have you wondered why him or why her? Chances are He or She is destiny to help you fulfill your future.

Life or time stops for no one and if we buried our head in the sand over one wrong person we met and allowed ourselves to focus on the negatives, we would miss out on the purpose of life.

A bad experience is the type of experience you should learn from so that it does what it is meant to do, which is more than likely lead us ultimately to our destination, our purpose in life.

Remember, God does not always allow just the people we want in our lives to enter our lives, but He will enable the people we need to be in our life because there is a purpose for every person you meet.

Three Steps to finding your purpose

Step one, Slay the inner dragons: if you want to know your life purpose, you have to slay the inner dragon. Moreover, make sure all that remains is you and the depth of your soul. This will be enough to get you started.

Also, you must not be afraid to dive deep into your inner self and write down whatever comes to mind. Make sure you create enough space to ponder any questions needed to discover the real you.

Make sure not to use something outlandish and don't forget to turn off your mental filter. The best result will come to you when you can turn off your self-judgment and analyze the common threads in your life. Challenge your most profound desires; you may currently have to give yourself a punch or two to grow as you slay the inner dragon.

Step two, believe finding your purpose is possible. Then know why you want to find your purpose in life. To be able to find your purpose in life you have to desire and bring enthusiasm in your life, smile indulgently with more aspects of what you want out of life, more one on one time towards gaining abundance in life.

When you want to find your purpose, you wake up in the morning excited and are more plugged into a deeper current when you get out of bed. Finally, you have a thirst for life that you have not known since you were a child. You'll find yourself marveling at life, and its richness, to travel a perfectly paced journey with your eyes and heart wide open.

Step three, know your purpose & how to find it.

Your mission will not be directly apparent at first, but after traveling on a journey to find it, one day, when you least expect it, something will happen that will change your life forever and lead you in the right direction. It will lead you to approach and experience that which will be your purpose.

In joining to discovering your life’s purpose, it may or may not be grand nor perfect, but it will seem to fit. You will own your destiny. Now let the verification settle; you have found your purpose, free your ship from the dock and let it set sail.

Your mission is set in place and you learn to swing your sword of action, the tools are sharpened, and your mind understands everything: congratulations! You’ve found your purpose and that’s the way for you to control your destiny.

Most people are unable to find their purpose; they take a gulp of air and look their goal square in the eye and believe, “I do not deserve to know my purpose.”
It is better to shine your light of awareness on a belief that is threatening to stop your goals.

To prevent these types of ideas from hindering your purpose; it is best to hold tight before it begins, study to know your purpose through the true soul - bearing, which will force what actions to take.

True soul-bearing will teach you to develop the courage and it will give you something to lean on throughout your uncertain times. Build your own golden road. Passion plus action, equally take into account that the real purpose of everyone’s life is to be entirely involved in living.

Before long, you will be full of passion and you will feel so purposeful and fulfilled, you will know and find your purpose, and wonder how you lived a life without it.

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This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

© 2015 Pam Morris

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