There is Purpose in Your Relationship
The purpose of marriage can seem like a complicated one. Many believe it is to provide emotional and physical intimacy. Some believe it is about accomplishing something bigger than the two of you, while on this earth. It is more than making your partner happy. We believe that God puts two people together in matrimony for a reason. It is important for them to figure out what that reason is when they become one in marriage.
What is Purpose?
Everything in life has a purpose. Everyone on this planet was born with and for a purpose. It is this purpose that is the only source of meaning. Without purpose, life is an experiment or a haphazard journey that results in frustration, disappointment, and failure. Without purpose, life is subjective, or it is a trial-and-error game that is ruled by environmental influences and the circumstances of the moment. Likewise, in the absence of purpose, time has no meaning, energy has no reason, and life has no precision. Therefore, it is essential that we understand and discover our purpose in life so that we can experience an effective, full, and rewarding life.
Early in life, young boys and girls develop a feeling of purpose. Guys go around pretending to be in sword fights, gunfights, and cops and robbers with other boys. They participate in games in which they are the "hero." In other words, boys are drawn to martial arts and warfare. We're interested in the pursuit of freedom and the triumph over competition. It's what distinguishes us as guys.
Flourish in Your Life and Marriage
The goal of this article is to inspire the reader to find their life purpose and remind them that it will not only make them happy but also save their marriage. Finding your life purpose is not an easy task. It takes a lot of time and patience to find what you're passionate about and can do for the rest of your life. But, it's worth the struggle because the benefits are great. You'll be happier and more content with your marriage because you'll know that you're working towards something that makes you happy and fulfilled. If you are fulfilled, then you can make quality contributions toward a fulfilled marriage partnership.
Purpose instead of resolutions for 2022
It is a brand new year and you have another list of resolutions. If you have been keeping track of your resolutions from the previous year, are you able to check the box that these resolutions were successfully completed? You lost a substantial amount of weight, deep cleaned your domicile, got rid of old clothes, cleaned your car and all of the other items that were untouched, partially completed or forgotten. We have all been told that words matter. I think resolutions is the word that sabotages everyone. The last week of every year the mass media gives you a recap of the year. Politics, celebrity deaths and the economy are major categories that impact our lives. The past couple of years have been exceptionally difficult on the mind, body and soul, but we feel guilty to make a resolution list to fulfill in the new year.
Lessons for the Living from the Guest House of the Dying!
Did you know that in India, in a place called Kashi or Varanasi are 3 Guest Houses of Death! It’s a place where dying guests are promised freedom for their souls. In Hindu tradition, it’s believed that irrespective of how you have lived, if you leave your mortal coil in that town, you bear “the fruit of Kashi” or moksha, in other words, salvation; meaning you are released from the cycle of rebirth and as a result, your karma.