Purpose and Faith

What you believe, what you have faith in, significantly impacts what you do with your life.  If you believe the world will have a serious crisis soon, you’ll be preparing for that.  If you believe that your disease ruins your life, you’ll be miserable.  If you believe that all the money in the world is wrapped up in big bank accounts and you can never get a decent amount, you’ll remain poor.  If you believe that you have no potential, you can be certain that your life will be empty and meaningless.

Don’t get me wrong, I know that life sometimes gets too overwhelming, and I’ve been through many challenges and depression.  But the good news I’ve learned through all that is that I can change what I believe. While I don’t believe it has all the answers, I’m a big fan of the self-improvement industry.  It has helped countless people transform some of the worst beliefs they had about themselves into beliefs that not only support them, but also help them live lives that support others.

Once you’ve got faith in yourself, and beliefs that support you, you can start discovering and living your purpose.  Your purpose is just like what you believe-it will take some work to figure out how it all works and what you can do to live it out.  Without faith in yourself you’ll never be able to fulfill that purpose.

I believe everyone has two purposes: first to be the best person in their relationships that they can be. Second, to do something with their lives and make a difference.

If you’re trying to figure out what your purpose is, stop and check what faith you have in yourself and what you believe.  If you’ve got faith in yourself and you believe you can accomplish anything, you can discover and fulfill your purpose.


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