A purposeful life by Mike Ghouse

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Have you found
your life to be purposeful? Congratulations if you have, If not, it is time to
find out, don’t run, it is easy, and with that and you’ll find comfort, a
lot of comfort in knowing who you are,  and what you want to do with your
life. No one is free from problems and no one’s life is easy either, we
struggle through it daily. 
The purpose can
be as simple as minding your own business, as my friend and father figure
Everett Blauvelt had said, or becoming President of the United States, the
biggest headache job in the world. It is doing what you feel comfortable with.
The most successful life is living the life you want to live. Please
remember, no purpose is noble, superior or inferior, it is simply
meaningful to you if you can get to do what you want to do.

I have found my
purpose, and I hope you find yours, please take the time to review this blue
print. The best thing you can do for yourselves is it to take ‘an hour’ away
from everything and everyone, and reflect on your life. There is nothing more
peaceful than knowing yourselves.

 This is
for you, a blueprint for a successful life- http://www.huffingtonpost.com/mike-ghouse/2014-a-blueprint-for-a-pu_b_4517662.html
. If this helps you, please share it with others, it is too simple, but
works as many of my friends have said so.
Ok,  my
purpose in life is to work towards creating a cohesive world, where no
human has to live in anxieties, tensions or fear of the others. It is achieved
by learning to respect the otherness of others and accepting the God given
uniqueness of each one of us.
Thanks for
giving me 10 Million plus views on Google search:   https://plus.google.com/108969690090944956820/about 

God bless you!

Mike is a speaker, thinker, writer, pluralist,  TV-Radio commentator and a
human rights activist committed to building cohesive societies and offers
pluralistic solutions on issues of the day. His info in 63 links at MikeGhouse.net and
writings at TheGhouseDiary.com 

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