By Wes Annac, Culture of Awareness
We have a purpose for being in this world, and it has nothing do with working our lives away for money. The rat race keeps us from our purpose, because our jobs keep us too busy to pursue a life of meaning unless we want to be extremely busy. If we’re led away from what we’re supposed to be doing, we’ll never contribute to the world in a big way and the controllers will have the distracted society they want.
Our purpose is unique to us, and it involves our talents and passions. To discover it, we only need to look to the things we enjoy and the things we’re good at and figure out how we can use them to inspire change, inform people about spirituality, etc. It isn’t difficult, and we’ll make it harder than it needs to be if…
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