What are you doing here on earth?

A question that all of us ask at least one point in our lives and if you’re lucky, you’ll only ask yourself that question about a hundred times.

The wonderful thing of the modern era is that with all the opportunities out there you will definitely find something that suits you.

But then again, having all these options could be a negative thing because you will spend endless amounts of time looking for your niche.

In every person’s life there comes a time where you come to a stumbling point. You ask yourself why you are here on this earth. What is my purpose? Am I doing what I should be doing?

It doesn’t matter how high you could go in terms of enjoying life, there will be that meltdown. Am I doing the right thing right now?

We all have the same purpose, but our destiny is always unique. The purpose one has that is common to everyone else is intimacy with God. Your sole purpose in life should be to build a relationship with God. The first thing you do in the morning shouldn’t be to check your social media but to have a figurative coffee with God.

The purpose one has that is common to all is intimacy with God.

From there things will start to make more sense. Doors that were once closed will now open. You will attain wisdom like never before, wisdom that Solomon had when he ruled over Israel. Your sense of feeling lost will now be found because this God will never leave nor forsake you. He is the same God today as He was yesterday and will always be. The amount of grace and favour upon your life will be tremendously strengthened and nothing will stop you. Spend time with God and your identity will be found, your love for something that you can’t theoretically see will be far greater than anything else, and you will find true happiness. God wants those who are completely healed to change nations.

There is no wisdom, no insight, no plan that can succeed against the Lord. Proverbs 21:30

2 thoughts on “What are you doing here on earth?

  1. As Srila Prabhupada (1896-1977) put it: The value of a religion is how effective it is at teaching people how to love God.

    Yes, the relationship with God is important, but sadly, many persons fool themselves in this area.

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