Desire and Purpose
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Desire and Purpose
To find what your desire and purpose is born from the need to survive and takes over when we crave anything that will make us happy. Even though this feeling can lead to some bad decisions, For most people, it leads them to do good things in life because they want something better for themselves or their families. The thirst for purpose is just as intense as the thirst for pleasure. Desire leads many people towards a sense of purpose in life. This can be a complex process when you cannot identify what you want from your life and what you’re living for now. But if you know your desires and find a way to live by following them, this can be a thrilling experience that will ultimately lead you one step closer to finding your purpose.
In every person, there is a desire and purpose for something that they can do. Some people are good at painting, others at singing, and others at drawing. People have many different skills; it is essential to find the one you love doing the most because then you will want to learn more about it. It’s not always easy to find your true purpose in life, but once you do, it will be worth it! Everyone has a talent and purpose for something they can do better than anyone else. For example, someone may be creative with drawing and have an eye for detail, while someone else might be more of a singer with a great voice but only mediocre artistic skills. Figure out what you’re passionate about and use that as your motivation to develop your talent, so it becomes stronger. Some people may think their talents don’t matter because other people who have them too seem perfect with them like they’ve been doing them their whole life, but everyone has room to improve their skills no matter how old or how long they’ve been doing it.
This is a difficult question for many people. Many people have a hard time with this question, but the easiest way to find your true life’s purpose is by paying attention to what you enjoy doing. Whatever you enjoy doing the most in your spare time could be considered your true life’s purpose. If you’re unsure what it is, try different things and see what sticks with you. Your purpose is not something that is predetermined but something that you create. The more you try to find your purpose, the more it will be revealed. Look out if you want to see your true life’s purpose with the fire of desire connected with faith and belief!
The signers of the Declaration of Independence had a dream to be independent, a nation of our laws, free from the tyranny of England. They wanted to forge their way in life, unbridled by any other. They risked everything and signed the Declaration with their blood. The document becomes more than just words on paper but an essential artifact in history, as it was signed with their blood. There is a sense that these men were so committed to this idea that they risked it all for freedom. The founders were brave enough to do what was right at the time when it was right, even if it meant death or imprisonment by those who wanted them silenced. We know without question that they sought justice and freedom for all people.
In 1789 the Constitution was adopted, and the Government of the United States of America was born. How does one get lucky? One can get lucky by starting with a desire to accomplish something and channeling that energy into purposeful action. Many who have achieved this are called “the Lucky Ones!!!”.
It is essential to discover your genuine desire and purpose. There are many ways to do this, but I have found that desire and purpose subliminal CD is the best way. The subconscious mind does not lie and can be an effective ally in determining what you want out of life—programming your mind to discover your true desires and purpose because it works subconsciously with what the listener wants. You know yourself enough to see what you want from life (and listening to a cd only takes 60 minutes a day while you relax at home or work in the office!).
…… Join them in finding your purpose in life while listening to this CD.
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