Updated: Jan 4
I used to think my purpose was solely something big, something monumental, and something way in the future.
I continually felt unsettled because I hadn’t yet discovered what this something was.
Consumed with contradictory philosophies, theologies, and ideologies, spending hours in self-help books, yet ending up at square one, I felt confused, hopeless, and defeated.
It wasn’t until I learned this one universal truth that I felt freedom to live at peace in the present moment, while also enjoying the journey of discovering my career.
This universal truth may not be a step-by-step manual ...
This universal truth may seem quite simple, yet it can be extremely challenging at times.
This universal truth may not be glamourous, but it is glorious.
The universal truth is this:
Love god, love others.
As long as we are loving God, and loving others, we are living a life of purpose.
Whether you’re cleaning toilets, or running a multimillion dollar company. You are enough by just loving God and loving others.
Don’t get so caught up in the endgame, that you lose sight of the present moment.
Sometimes your purpose is a simple smile at a stranger, or a conversation with friend.
While you’re on this journey of discovering who God made you to be and pursuing your aspirations, enjoy the ride and love people along the way.