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How I Found My “Why” in Life After Struggling for Years

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“Your purpose in life is to find your purpose and give your whole heart and soul to it.” ~Gautama Buddha Each time I start a new course, training, or venture, the teacher or leader asks me “why?” “Why are you here?” “Why are you taking this course?” “What’s your ‘why’?” “What’s your purpose?” And I’m never prepared.

You’d think by now, after all the years of working on myself and studying, I would have an answer on the tip of my tongue. Yet, I find “why” to be a difficult question to answer.

I have wondered, “Do I really not know? What’s the block?” Then it dawned on me. The reason I find it difficult to answer the “why” question is because I don’t have just one.

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