Purpose and passion are the backbone of our lives. They are like compass which govern and gives us direction of our daily pursuit. The late Myles Munroe once said, “The greatest tragedy in life is not death, but life without a purpose.” And on the other hand, passion is what creates true meaning in life.

So, the big question that always puzzles many of us is, how do I find my purpose or passion in life? These are the questions that we are going to analyze and find answers down here. And by the time we are through, you would be in a better position to find your purpose and passion in life.

1. Purpose
Purpose is your highest calling. It is your deepest meaning. It is not like a job description, it focuses more on quality and the journey, and not destination. To find it you need to do the following:

 Find out what you love to do best. It could be helping others, stimulating other people’s mind, being creating whatever it is, look for that one thing that really creates the meaning in your life.
 Find your highest virtue. It could be love, truth, generosity, courage, faith and so on.
 Find your true guidance. This is spiritual values and principles.

2. Passion
Passion is about feeling hot and heavy about everything you do every second of your life. When you are passionate about 

something, you always feel like, “Yes”. So how do you find it?

 Find that one that can do even without being paid.
 Find that which excites you most.
 Get out of your metal detector. This means you have to look for evidence of what you love to do.
 And last but not least, discern between a hobby and profitable passion. Ask yourself, who will benefit from or pay for my passion? You can decide to turn your passion into profit by making it career. 

Purpose and passion is what will bring success in your life. People’s like Bill Gates, Dell and many others had this two forces behind the success of their lives. You are not an exceptional; you can also find yours and start living your God ordained life today.


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