“Why am I here? What is the purpose of this journey?” I asked no one in particular.
Not surprisingly, no one answered.
I asked again. And again.
No answer came.
“There has to be a purpose!” Even though my voice was silent, my mind was shouting.
Then a voice outside me spoke. “Why are you asking me? You know the answer. What is the purpose of your journey?”
“To be one with The One,” I answered.
“There is your answer.”
I considered this: To be one (me) with another one (you) with other ones (all) with The One who is one with us all. That is our purpose.
The journey, then, is to see multiple perspectives, to view from a higher view, to immerse in minutia, and plumb the depths of human spirit.
The journey has no schedule, no deadline, no due date. It is life.
The purpose is the journey.
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Tips for Living: why
Why live? To be joyous.
“Life’s got to be fun or else it’s no fun.” — an astute client