What is your Deep Purpose? Do you even know that each of us has a Deep Purpose and a special mission as humans? This is what the PEACE PILGRIM has to say about your special DEEP PURPOSE.
“There is something unique to every human life because every one of us has a special place in the Life Pattern. If you do not yet know clearly where you fit, I suggest that you try seeking it in receptive silence. I used to walk amid the beauties of nature, just receptive and silent, and wonderful insights would come to me. You begin to do your part in the Life Pattern by doing all the good you feel motivated toward, even though they are just little good things at first. You give these priorities in your life over all the superficial things that customarily clutter human lives.”
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