Everything In Life Has A Purpose

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Whenever you utter a prayer for family or prayer for protection, you always say a prayer because you have a reason, a purpose. Just like uttering a prayer, everything in life has a purpose. Whatever the purpose is, I personally believe, it is stronger than what one can possibly imagine and more vast and lasting than one can possibly desire or possess. We are all here for something great. Everyone on earth has their specific mission in life. Only God knows what it is.

However, as plain as it may seem for us to just ignore, we yet could not deny the reality that through relentless experiences or hard tragedies that press down the most of us, by worrying, fear, stress and condemnation, they have piled up as unresolved issues that wait to ensnare us the moment we’ve got tempted to take risk or step forward without any assurance due to unclear consequences. We are pushed to bargain that tends to deteriorate our inside rather than sustain us with courage. We are tempted to gamble to do that which is wrong, enough to cause others to trouble, and loses much at the end. Winning is temporary. There’s nothing much of a reward. However, in times like this, saying a prayer for guidance or prayers for hope can help you clear your mind and lead you to where you should go.

It seems like, the moment that you’ve grown enough to understand the sarcasm and mercilessness of the world you have never thought sadistic when you were a child, there’s more on the things that’ll make you survive that you should be mindful of, and everything about happiness becomes dependent on the money you acquire or of you being famous. Well, most of us crave for these like we’re monsters. We never realize we’re just making things worse, they eventually corrupt our hearts and goodness.

So, most of us choose what we have to because it is necessary. On the other hand, there are those who choose to follow their hearts. Some are just carried away by tides- fad, fashion, entertainment, politics, popularity, peers, ideals, sometimes even religion- rooting from cultural backgrounds and environment. And some just simply choose to devote their lives to the things which they think would last and could be passed on to generations through family. Nothing is really wrong. They are conceived in us. (No need to freak out yourself and classify people by mere observations.) They just happen. We live and we have choices because we always have our free will. It will not be taken away from us. However, the great thing about other people is that they ask God to guide them along the way. They even utter a prayer for guidance or a prayer for protection to keep them guided and protected by the Holy Spirit.

Yet, as what I was saying, we can live on and be the best that we can be. But when we talk about “purpose,” we tend to consume more time to define it. Sometimes, because it sounds and “looks” mysterious (because none can just frantically comprehend it), it is usually thrown out the window. So, we rather choose making “mistakes.” Right or wrong mistakes that at the end which are essential in learning.

It seems like, yes, we could choose for ourselves the way we want to end our beginnings, but in “middle” of making things up, doing, and deciding, what we “believe” is and would always be thing that matters. We have the freedom to do what we like and it is a gift. I believe in the same way this gift is given to us, should we would also “find ourselves.” It goes beyond our understanding and logic. And it would happen once onwards. It will come without you choosing it. And it will continually find you until you find yourself. While finding yourself, never forget to utter a prayer for guidance and prayers for strength. And the way you have had begun would find the reason the way you would have to end. Something worth it and something great and lasting beyond comprehension.#

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