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Deliberately Create Your Purpose

Deliberately Create Your Purpose

  • Up until a century ago, simple survival provided such a purpose for most people, and that's still the case in some parts of the world.
  • But for most of us here, it is no longer a challenge to merely survive.
  • We have tamed our world. More than likely, the only way you will ever be challenged by a compelling purpose is if you create one deliberately.
  • And if this purpose is going to make you truly enthusiastic, it needs to be something that personally compels you - some subject or task you think is fascinating or feel is vitally important.

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Lawyer turned Artist Visionary Curator & Gallerist. Empowering self-love and joy through art & words. www.innerjoyart.com ๐Ÿ’ Instagram : dymphna.art

Resonating with this article a lot. Hence why knowing and being clear about our purpose and our WHY are very important to keep us grounded. In moments when we feel down or doubtful, we can always go back to that very purpose that we create, reground ourselves and continue to move forward with it. ๐Ÿ’• This helps us to be clear on who we are and our contribution to this world too.

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