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What is my purpose of life?

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Last Updated: 12/03/2019 at 10:21pm
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Anonymous
July 11th, 2017 8:59pm
Good question. Everybody's different, I can't answer that, because only YOU have that answer. Maybe it'll take time to find it, but it is going to be worth it, and you'll know when it is the ONE.
LadyAnemone
January 1st, 2018 6:24am
I believe, personally, that the purpose of life is decided by every individual. There isn't only one purpose in life. For instance, I most likely will never, ever, discover something huge like how Benjamin Franklin discovered that lightning is electrical, however, that doesn't mean that I don't have a purpose, it just means it isn't something in the field of science. I don't want it to be. Your purpose could be anything, you just need to set a goal, and work and strive hard to fulfill it. And that is your purpose.
FreeSmiles77
February 5th, 2018 1:55pm
No one can and should tell you your purpose in life, only you can define it and whatever it is it should make you happy .
peacefulHug92
February 6th, 2018 8:20am
Only you can find that out. It could be something you enjoy, a hobby, a job or a personality trait. Remember you can always connect with a listener to discuss it though! ❤❤❤
Anonymous
July 16th, 2018 5:32pm
That's a personal journey. People will seek their purpose for their whole life, while others may feel they have found their purpose early on. I think it's an emotional and cerebral connection you make at some point.
catmadu
December 3rd, 2019 10:21pm
The purpose of my life is to live as authentically as possible. That may sound cheesy and even 'simple' on the surface, but I've discovered it is actually very tricky! For me, living authentically means progressively coming to see clearly where I hide and stifle myself, and then unlearning these barriers in a compassionate manner. I think of this purpose less as a particular state that I will achieve one day, and more like a process, a long term undertaking and passion project. I'm coming to see more and more that this path means learning one skills in particular, and applying it to many different parts of myself and my world: that is to the skill of loving unconditionally. I hope to see this path one day lead to loving unconditionally not only parts of myself (both pretty, ugly, creative, and traumatic) but also parts of others and parts of the world.