Who Am I and What is the Purpose of Life? If everybody takes the responsibility for being one or for being the divine then we wouldn’t hurt each other, we wouldn’t go to war, we wouldn’t kick people out of their homes, we wouldn’t abandon people, we would love and forgive – it would make the greatest planet in the milky way…
Any one of the crisis that face our civilization is probably worse than almost anybody dares to admit. But. Transformation happens almost in no other way than to be in a crisis that reaches an extreme, that really brings the world down. What are the alternative pathways to moving out of crisis into equality, balance and harmony? What level of uprising or revolution do we need to make a difference?
The person you are becoming is far more important than the work you are doing. Your pursuit is designed to help people, make a difference, or change the world for the better. You feel a calling or a purpose around it, religious or otherwise. This post lists a couple of Takeaways I got from the book Doing Work That Matters by Justin Zoradi.