Do you ever think about your purpose?
I mean really think about it.
I do. All the time.
I’m a thinker. I think about everything. Grand things, small things, future things, past things. I’m always thinking.
I want to know why I do what I do. Why I react the way I react. I want to know how to CHANGE the things I dislike about myself. I desire to grow. Desire to achieve greatness.
What does any of this have to do with my original question?
I believe that our purpose is intricately designed within us. So if we are unaware of who we are or why we do what we do, how will we ever be able to fully walk out in our purpose.
If our viewpoint of ourselves is jaded or incomplete, then our output will also be incomplete. Therefore, knowing ourselves, our TRUE selves is vital…… I believe in fulfilling our purpose.
So I’m constantly looking forward but also asking how my past has created this future and what can I adjust to make the outcome closer to where I desire to be.
I believe that when you are open to receiving this information God will send you what you’re ready to receive.
I’m currently reading a few things that speak about changing your mindset, as well as receiving videos from friends that speak on how our past directly effects our actions and thoughts.
Here’s the thing though…… I am a mother. So as I learn this information about how my past has created this reality I live in. I am compelled to make sure that the moments I spend with my kids are focused on creating a future they don’t have to rescue themselves from.
That. Is my purpose.
I’ve always known this too.
I remember being 10 years old in my front yard, playing by myself and thinking how I couldn’t wait to be a mother so I could love my kids so much that they would never question how I felt about them.
At 17 when asked where do you see yourself in 10 years, I immediately responded as a mother. I’ve always desired to be a Mother. It was designed within me before I ever came about. The universe has given me all the tools I need to be the mother I always desired to be.
But I had to work to get here. I had to consider my ways over and over again. I have failed many times in creating a safe environment for my kids.
And yet still I know without a doubt that each day I am fulfilling my purpose in their lives. As well as the other mom in my boys lives.
Do you know your purpose?
Are you looking within each day to find it?