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Life without a purpose is like walking into an unknown forest with tall trees humid air and walking blindfolded without a sense of direction The reason is unclear Most people roam the earth not knowing their purpose in life the same as walking into and unknown forest Uncertainty fills them and life becomes pointless Believe it or not everyone enters the earth with a purpose Finding the purpose in life gives a reason to live so finding it becomes essential to live a happy life When you enter an unknown forest you can feel the bark of the trees smell forest scents hear some animals taste some berries but without and image all of it means nothing To see the image of your purpose in life first you need to hear Gods voice Take time to pray every day and soon the sound of his voice becomes clear He wont whisper in your ear what to do but hell lead you to a certain verse in the bible or miraculously youll meet a person that advises you to take a chance with something youve always wanted to do Once you learn to listen to his voice you will find that he tells you step by step what to do and will lead you down the correct path that no one else could lead you to Next you must be careful with what you say Sometimes our own words delays us from our purpose Words are slick snakes that sneaks lies into our minds We get dumb ideas that we could never be good enough we will never be talented enough or that we dont have the tools Dont believe those lies When you truly want something you will find the way to make it happen without setbacks When you believe the lie you empower the lie and can delay your purpose Stop saying negative things Instead defeat useless words by staying positive After that find
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