Most of us live in a very noisy world, filled with wants, desires, fears, bright lights, sounds, and emotions. It can make figuring out anything of real meaning quite the challenge. A lot of time we're pulled around by other people’s expectations of us, what we think they want us to be, or what we would like to be based on who we want them to think we are. Or we're just simply doing things to escape some kind of fear we've been harbouring in the depths of our unconscious. It’s difficult because at the root of it, we know we’re just putting on a mask, playing a game of ego, and that our deepest truest selves are buried beneath all these ideas, concepts and personas. Finding true purpose often takes a lot of filtering, experiencing of other things first, exploring, listening and patience, and to know yourself on the subtlest levels. Then when things are quiet enough, purpose may just well find you. It can be difficult to know what any of our purposes here are, but moment to moment, it can be whatever it needs to be. Each moment is carrying a message, and an opportunity for self reflection, every time you notice it and respond with awareness, the deeper it will take you to your truth, if you miss it, not to worry, it will keep repeating itself until you catch it. There’s not really a right or wrong way to do it and there’s no real endgame, but by embracing each experience we get to uncover another piece of the puzzle, which can be a purpose in itself. Good questions to aid this kind of discovery might be things like, if I were completely free of every concern, time and money or other people’s opinions were no longer an issue, what would I wake up and feel good about spending my time doing?