Have you ever wondered:,"What is the meaning of my life?"Who am I ?; If you have, you are not the only one, most people have. But many just don't have the time to find the answer or don't know where to look.
From experience, I know that unless you know the answer to the "Who am I" question; no possession, place, person, or condition will ever satisfy you for long.
You will always be looking for the next thing that promises greater fulfillment. The thing or person you hope will complete the incomplete sense of self or fills that emptiness you feel within.
You see, by asking the "Who Am I?" question and REALLY wanting to know the answer, this will change your life - for the better. I made the decision to embark on this journey of self discovery. And I hope you will make the decision to start the journey yourself.
I have to say though, the journey will be uniquely and individually yours. On my journey, I have found a lot of views and advice from spiritual teachers, ancient philosophers, writers and inspirational political leaders and from my travels.
No Destination Only The Journey matters. MARCEL PROUST (1871 – 1922) "We don’t receive wisdom; we must discover it for ourselves after a journey that no one can take for us or spare us.
The “Who Am I?” question has far-reaching changes than you realize when you first ask it. It also requires some effort to uncover the answer. Once you find out who you are, a powerful force emerges. You want to dig deeper. You want to find out more. You start asking other questions such as: what is the meaning of my life.
Finding the meaning of life begins with the recognition of one’s own dysfunction mind. You begin to realize that the world is more interconnected than you previously thought. What you do for other you do for you. What you do for you, you do for others. Finding the goodness within yourself and allowing this to shine through is the only way to express your purpose in life. You have only one life to live; life is beautiful; and now you have the time of your life.You must first become, on the inside, what you want on the outside. This is the way to