Do you find it desirable? Are you satisfied the job or career that you’re involved in? Someone said that 85% of the American public unhappy with their jobs? Are you spending 8 hours a day just doing time, doing something that you don’t find challenging,
that does not make you stretch mentally, that does not stimulate you, that does not inspire you. Something that you don’t find a sense of fulfillment in it. If you’re doing that day in and day out, it has to affect how you feel about yourself, your level of motivation, your relationships.
What kind of impact is it having on your life? Is it nourishing or is it a toxic relationship? Does it drain you or does it build you up? Ask yourself that. How motivated are you to do something about it? Your contribution,
your actions? What are you giving? Many people will leave the universe without a trace. No one will know they were here. And in fact, under their name, we could put under there not used up. Will anybody know that you came this way? What contribution are you giving? What will you leave?
What will be different because you came this way? Just stop for a second. Write down your why. What are you doing this for? In life, if your why doesn’t make you cry, then that’s not your why. Again, if your why doesn’t make you cry then that’s not your why.
Your why should be something so big that it moves your family tree. Your why should be something so big that it changes the whole outlook on how things are with you and your home, your family, your religion, your purpose. Think about your passion, think about your opportunities, and that’s how you find your purpose. Opt.