Does A Life Purpose Mean A Wage Paying Career?

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    Amanda Christian

    I don’t think a life purpose necessarily means a wage paying career. I’m not sure it’s a “job” like an engineer, chef, or business owner. I think of a life purpose more as a culmination of actions and experiences during which you develop your ability to fully and truly express love. I feel like there’s a lot of stress to “find your purpose”, but what if it really is as simple as allowing yourself to experience love? What if your purpose is just to express love in anyway you can? Any thoughts on this?


    Yes, I totally agree with you Amanda. I believe we don’t need to look for a purpose, because the reason for living is to experience who you are. If we are all spiritual beings having a human experience, then experiencing ourselves as love is the only purpose there is.

    Tess Marshall


    I agree with you. No matter where we are or what we’re doing we’re here to learn how to love unconditionally. The people I find to be difficult are my biggest teachers. I think the big topic seems to be following your passion. I don’t think we have to follow it or find it…it’s a state of being. Just sayin;)

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