Life purpose and soul purpose are very closely connected to living a meaningful life, in fact, a meaningful life is just a synonym for a purposeful life.
Firstly, I want to ask you a few questions.
How do you feel when you wake up in the morning? Do you feel energized and enthusiastic? Are you looking forward to the day or do you just want to roll over and go back to sleep? Do you get Monday morning blues and yearn for Friday to come?
I think it’s worth recognizing that if we wake up in that kind of mood, the chances are we’re not getting a great deal of joy and meaning out of our life.
I’d like to start by giving you a bit of background into why I chose this topic. I’m a great believer in synchronicity and in being provided with the information that we need at the right time.
I was in a little store and I came across a book that caught my attention, and it’s entitled Man’s Search for Meaning by Viktor E. Frankl.
Let me give you the backstory on this by quoting the description on the back so that you know something about this book.
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