"The #1 Myth to Finding Your Purpose"
by Lisa Hromada
FEATURED ARTICLE on SunburyPress.com
From the day that you are born, you innately seek to be happy. And for good reason. Life isn’t meant to be a constant struggle; it’s meant to be enjoyed and fully lived. It’s meant to be purposeful — hence your natural desire to find “purpose.” And when you find purpose, you also find happiness.
The challenge comes when you inevitably face struggles, setbacks, stresses and other undesirable experiences, leaving you to feel unclear as to how to go about living the life that you want. Despite these experiences, you are also a divine creation and are infinitely connected with the Source of all creation — God. And as such, you have divine empowerments available to you at any moment. These empowerments are ones that lead you to happiness, purpose, fulfillment, and to creating a life of your choosing.
The question is, “How?” Your path to happiness and to finding your purpose isn’t always clear. You might get caught up in negative thoughts, people and circumstances, and what you have not yet achieved, that you never feel truly happy. In fact, you feel out of balance.
Your pursuit for “more” often seems like a journey through a desert filled with mirages. You might see what you’re looking for just up ahead, but once you get there, it’s not quite what you thought it would be. You then go about seeking “more” once again. This eager pursuit often leaves little room to experience lasting happiness and the satisfaction that comes from feeling that you are living your unique purpose.
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