The ache of unfulfillment can be deep, a yearning for purpose struggling to puncture through the veil of routine.
But hey, you have to pay the bills, right?
You can get to that later. But, when exactly?
Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania have shown that a lack of life purpose can lead to cognitive decline.
Meaning, if you fail to use your skills for their divine purpose you may lose them.
In the midst of so much going on in our daily lives, and without ever tasting the inner contentment and joy of bing on purpose,
people fail to realize what they are missing.
Big joy, love, satisfaction, and creativity come with fulfilling a divine mission.
I have been on purpose, to the best of my ability, for over ten years.
It brought me out of my globe-trotting lifestyle of fun, fashion, and foreign languages, and initiated a journey that has brought me to the depths of my soul.
I admit, it was tougher than I thought. At the same time, I encountered a new peace immediately. The running stopped.
I reaped many unexpected benefits and saw things I hadn’t imagined existed.
I took it very seriously! :0 I could do that as a free and single guy.
You have kids, a company and many obligations? You can take it much more mildly and still enjoy massive upswings in peace, love, and enthusiasm.
You can light up your fire for Life.
You can inspire your kids and family to also become the spark.
There are many, many types of missions too. There are many “why’s” in the multitude of human beings and ways to fulfill your purpose.
Some are called into conscious, corporate leadership, others cause or community activism, and others to be the most empowering mom or dad in the country.
The key is to connect with yours, one step at a time.
We can all uncover the ‘small things’ that resonate with our soul's purpose, guided by spirit.
Unfulfilled? Let’s embark on a journey toward your heart’s true call.
Michael Matucci, PhD