Your heart is the spiritual home of your purpose. It is where the “real you” lives. That person with hopes and dreams, as well as fears and phobias. Your heart may be so well guarded that even you’ve forgotten how to get “home”–how to know yourself and what matter most to living a satisfying and successful life.
“He carried memories of frustration, from years when his life had no foundation or purpose. Then, “living” was just going through the motions, stretched out along a string of days spent reacting to circumstances and people. Flashes of clarity were too often blurred by urgencies. There was no true focus or knowing who he really was. He was not in control of his life and not his own person.”
Logic says that it really helps to know what purpose is before you go searching for your purpose in life. If you’re mistaken about the definition of purpose in the personal leadership and spiritual realm, then surely you’re unlikely to discover your purpose. The video below explains in a fun and succinct manner the difference […]