You’re never too young or too old to make a difference and to live your purpose! What matters is that you are open to it when that time comes, now or later.
There will be early birds, and there will be late bloomers, especially in higher purpose. But late bloomers are no less worthy than others and can, in fact, bloom the most beautifully. This is essential in understanding purpose.
Anyone who truly wants to serve would do so regardless of their standing. True service and purpose transcend any kind of position, role, or responsibility: what truly matters is that you are responsible
The five love languages of Dr. Gary Chapman may not all be prominent in any one person, but they’re all worth knowing and living out. They can be translated into five concrete ways to show your love to others.
It’s not always easy to remember that living a purposeful life entails balance. It’s all about balance, keeping yourself in check, and keeping yourself grounded in your purpose. Otherwise, you risk taking things too far at the expense of others or of yourself.
Sharing goodness can be done in so many ways – and, in fact, when you live your true higher purpose, your entire life becomes goodness shared. How can you share more goodness this 2016?
For many people, New Year calls for New Year’s resolutions. Here’s an interesting way to look at it differently but purposefully: five “new” resolutions you might want to write down and act on.
Love is the basis and the key to living a truly good life. It is the lifeblood of awareness, the driving force of service, and the guide and shape of purpose. Without love, purpose rooted in awareness and service is useless and absurd. It’s all about true love, and a balanced love at that.
Instead of the traditional one big channel supplemented by several tiny ones, consider looking at a system of multiple medium channels that work together to achieve a vibrant, cohesive bigger picture. This applies not just to your income streams but also in living purposefully in general.
Living a purposeful life can have negative aspects or results – which is the result of taking things to the extreme. Everything should be kept in moderation, and there are times when we should “give it a rest”: we ourselves should take the time to rest ourselves and the things we do.