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Start the Life You Were Born to Live

Live the purpose,  you were born to live. Yes, it is important to do it now.

What was your own expectation from your own life when you plunged to take this birth? To be happy, be successful at anything, it is very important to understand why you are doing something in the first place? It has to be in line with your aspiration.

To know and live the purpose of your life, ask yourself and answer these three questions. Ask them daily till your mind settles with the answer.

Who am I? ________________________________
Full nameGenderRegion are not important for this matter. What are your values? Who are you as a person? Who you want to be? What is your aspiration?

Become an expert at understanding yourself and the (spiritual) Self. Only you can be an expert at your-self. Exemplify yourself with the next question.


Am I reaching my highest potential? _____________________
What do you do? Does it bring joy to you? Are you good at that? Are you doing what matters to you? Do you feel your gifts and talents are needed? Are you serving others?  Do you love to do it every morning when you wake up? Are you qualified to teach what you do? Are you contributing to change lives?

Understand what you love to do do. Challenge yourself. You do not need to be a world champion right now. Think of your little impossibilities and take them on.


Am I surrounded by inspiring people? ________________________________
Are you surrounded by inspired people? Are you evolving with people that surround you? What emotions do you feel with them? Is one of them the person you would love to become?

Or, get away from the people who do not inspire you. Surround yourself with people who are passionate and they are passionate about what you also want to be. And it becomes normal for you.



“You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.” ― Jim Rohn

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