Monday, September 14, 2009
Dare to Predict the Future by the Awareness of a Unique Purpose
Ponder about it: Haven’t most of the unfocused people around you totally lost sight of their purpose? Identify your purpose. Napoleon Hill said, “There is no hope of success for the person who does not have a central purpose, or definite goal at which to aim.” Decide upon your major definite purpose in life and then organize all your activities around it.
Purpose is unique. When God blessed man with a beautiful environment after creation, He told them their purpose [Genesis 1: 28-30]. It is just becoming more unfortunate when the people you know are complete strangers to themselves. Dr. Wayne Dyer asserts, “Everything in the universe has a purpose. Indeed, the invisible intelligence that flows through everything in a purposeful fashion is also flowing through you.”
Steve Goodier, from Follow Your Bliss, declares, “Not everybody can identify a purpose in life. But when you do and when you pursue it, you will be living the kind of life you feel you were meant to live. And what’s more you will be happy.” You have the green light to feel good. Just focus towards the direction in which your effort is going.
Consider it: “All successful people, men and women are big dreamers. They imagine what their future could be, ideal in every respect, and then they work every day towards their distant vision, that goal or purpose” [Brian Tracy]. Always find yourself in that position of discovering your goal and aiming towards a unique future. The most frustrating and exhausting thing in life is to live it not being aware of your purpose.
Helen Keller discovered the right idea: “Many persons have a wrong idea of what constitute true happiness. It is not attained through self-gratification but through fidelity to a worthy purpose.” Never wish to be anything be what you are created to be—your purpose. “We must have a theme, a goal, a purpose in our lives. If you don’t know where you’re aiming, you don’t have a goal. My goal is to live my life in such a way that I die, someone can say, she cared” [Mary Kay Ash].