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    Hi while browsing google to help me discover my purpose in life i found an article on tinybuddha asking me 6 questions which i had answered on notepad;

    1. What do I absolutely love in life?
    Enjoying life with others

    2. What are my greatest accomplishments in life so far?
    Article became published – Literacy
    I started to workout – Determination
    I’ve helped a total stranger – Empathy
    I made new bonds – Love
    I gained confidence
    I’m much more smarter than before(I know more) – Intelligence
    I’m better at math

    3. What would I stand for if I knew no one would judge me?
    People can travel everywhere they want
    Everyone should say hi and shake hands with everyone else
    Everyone must be educated
    Everyone must explore spirituality
    Everyone must love on another
    Everyone should take care of the world and understand how we work

    4. If my life had absolutely no limits and I could have it all and do whatever I wanted, what would I choose to have and what

    would I choose to do?
    I would have a plane, bigger house, swimming pool, a new laptop, more clothes, a genius teacher, the greatest libraries, my

    own children’s home, my own country.
    I would share every great experience with my friends and sky dive with them and make more friends and work hard at my

    body and share a gym with my friends and family.

    5. What would I do if I had one billion dollars?
    Save some money for the future, pay for a better accomodation, education and more for my family, donate to every charity

    on the planet, give some money to my friends and have fun with them using the money.

    6. Who do I admire most in the world?
    My mom.

    So I would like an outside perspective to this, I’m not sure if age is an important factor but I’m 15. Any help would be greatly appreciated and valued


    Just a random outsider’s perspective: the two things that jumped out at me were how much you kept coming back to the theme of helpfulness and charity. There’s no shortage of ways you could express this part of yourself! For example: food + helpful = running your own charity food kitchen, or creating meal programs for hungry school kids.

    (When I was 15 I was pretty sure my purpose in life was to raise good children, because that’s what a good girl does. LOL @ past me. ;P)

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