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Purpose isn’t intellectual

Purpose isn’t a theory or even a hypothesis.

It’s not an idea you had. 

Purpose isn’t a competition to make the biggest dent or be the purest soul. 

Purpose isn’t found in a book, on a poster or on the internet. 

Purpose can’t be begged, borrowed or stolen. 

Purpose isn’t where you came from or where you want to be when you get there.

Purpose is. 

The throb of meaning when the work matters.

The rush of energy to do more of just this.
The elation when you achieve for others.

The will to go on when you can’t see why.

Purpose is yours.

Your purpose is unique.

Your purpose connects you with others.

Your purpose is in your work.

You can’t think it.

Do.


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