Components of a Life Purpose

I first found that blending together three basic components results consistently in a life purpose with those qualities, not only for me but also for lots of people. I later recognized a fourth component. They’re:


The first component is really a unique vision of everything you see to be easy for your daily life, your community, and ultimately the planet. Quite often, determining your vision of what’s possible is more of a remembering process, since most of us begin life with a feeling of possibility. Unfortunately, a lot of us lose that sense of awe and wonder once we grow older and so are repeatedly told to “come on.”


Each folks has a group of core values, those intangibles of life that matter probably the most to us, that we’d be ready to give our lives for. Perhaps we’re nearly prepared to stand before a firing squad for them, but we have been ready to give our life operating of experiencing these values become more present in the planet where we live.


Who we have been at the core of our being, our very soul, may be the third basic component which makes up our life purpose. It is the essence of who we have been, that part we realize of ourselves that people can depend on and which others can depend on aswell.

The Glue

When we blend these three components together, we obtain the makings of a force that may shape our lives in each moment once we do whatever we’re doing. However the mixture isn’t complete yet. We’re still missing an integral ingredient: the glue that holds everything together. We are able to think about that glue in a number of various ways. One would be to view it because the universal, attractive force of love that binds people to one another and to all of those other universe. Or we are able to think about it as our relationship to God or perhaps a Higher Power, or call it our spirituality or our spiritual nature. Regardless of the description, this fourth ingredient when blended with another three results in a robust, long-lasting force that may shape our lives and all we do, while still giving us a lot of room expressing ourselves fully.