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Purpose of Life

To answer this, we first have to ask two questions:

What is THE purpose of life?

This question relates to the ones we all ask ourselves. Is this it? Is this all there is? Are we some kind of cosmic accident?

Some say we are just the evolutionary result of the survival of the fittest. Some say that we will come back again and again, reincarnating until we get it right. Others say that gods control all things and others that we can one day be a god ourselves.

Figuring out the answer to this question is the number one priority and until we know that, the rest of life will not make sense, our lives will be aimless and lacking.

What is My purpose in life?

This question relates to what am I supposed to do with myself? Is there a reason for my specific existence? Does it matter that I am here and how can I make an impact on the world?

Much of this question is answered in the question above. Finding out THE reason of life gives an overall purpose to our lives, then it just becomes about finding the specific niche to live that out.

So, what is THE purpose?

Finding THE reason for life makes everything else fall into place. It gives meaning and direction to every day and brings a sense of peace.

Find THE Purpose of life – click here.

So, what is MY purpose?

When you know that your main reason to exist is to be loved by God and to love Him with all that you are, then the next step is to figure out how specifically to do that.

Click here for MY purpose.

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