How To Find Our Purpose in Life

I sat in front of my laptop for… I don’t know how long, but it felt like a while. I was trying to write an intro for today’s video and I found myself not knowing what to say…

What can I use to describe how important it is to know our purpose? To know which road to travel, and which direction to take? What do I need to do, to gather up my words?

This video is separate from religious (or non-religious) views, and the individual thoughts behind the belief that your purpose has been pre-written or you need to write it yourself.

Regardless of those beliefs, what I saw in my own journey was that the things around me were much more confusing and distracting when I didn’t know what my being here meant.

It took a while, and it took trying different things to find my way. There were ups and downs… like with anything else. Except unlike everything else, the meaning was much more significant. And somehow I did it. I didn’t give up all the times I felt hopeless… I kept going, kept moving forward even when many times that meant putting in the last bit of effort I felt I had. It’s amazing how we always have more strength than we think we have.

I learned my purpose is to help empower other souls. To offer the kid of practical solutions that seemed so scares when I was looking for them.

It’s funny… We can be so practical and detailed with things like organizing our living rooms, but when it comes to our lives, we put up blanket solutions. I’m not a trailblazer, but the stuff I couldn’t find, I crafted myself. And what started as a part time “let’s see how it goes” video series where I share what I did, has now become my purpose in life.

I hope this video will help you find what you’re looking for, or at least guide you in the right direction.

So how important is it to know your purpose in life? Well… It’s EVERYTHING!


With love and purpose,


Some of my favorite reads:
Think and Grow Rich – by Napoleon Hill
The Alchemist – Paulo Coelho
The Five Love Languages – Gary D. Chapman
The Untethered Soul – Michael A. Singer
Anna Karenina – Leo Tolstoy
Letters from a Stoic – Seneca the Younger

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