Find your purpose through spirituality, passion

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“It takes a good deal of time to eat or sleep, or to earn $100, and very little time to entertain a hope and an insight which becomes the light of our life.”
— Ralph Waldo Emerson

Everyone created on this plane of life has a purpose. There are a great number of people who live their whole life in this worldly experience and never try to pursue their purpose. They would rather go along with the masses and let others lead them in whatever direction others want them to go.

There are those who spend a lifetime dealing with their outer environment, their jobs, their families, their friends, and their hobbies and never give any time to develop a habit of doing their spiritual work each day to find direction for their life.

I realize one’s daily schedule can get pretty hectic and the things to do outnumber the hours in a day. That kind of situation can lead one’s life to be very frustrating and discouraging. When this kind of experience is happening in one’s life, it is time to stop, take a look at what is taking place and try to figure out what can be dropped from the daily schedule or rearrange the time in the schedule so one has some time for oneself...

 

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