December 2nd, 2016
By Nanice Ellis
Contributing writer for Wake Up World
Many of us believe that we are here to do something memorable, possibly save the planet from extinction or wake-up humanity. But this belief can be misleading, because if we are always seeking some grandiose purpose, we could miss the real purpose of life altogether. Of course, it is wonderful to make a difference in the world, and nothing has to stop you, but the true purpose of life is much more attainable.
Despite any great worldly intentions, your soul’s deepest purpose is to experience life as only you can do. Indeed, this should be the most natural process, but if you are always chasing big dreams and you are too busy to stop and smell the roses, this simple, yet profound, purpose might be missed entirely. In fact, if you relate to the ordinary experiences of life as “meaningless” you will miss the meaning of life.
The secret to fulfilling your soul’s purpose is consciously experiencing your unique version of life through all your senses; follow a rainbow, catch raindrops on your tongue, throw a fast snowball, eat ice cream slowly and, whenever possible, always stop and smell the roses. Maybe you think that enough people have experienced rainbows, raindrops, roses, and snowflakes, so why is it so important for you to do what’s been done so many times before?
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