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Finding Your Purpose Through Passion


Are you unaware of your purpose? Do you wish to feel more passion for serving your purpose? How can we find our purpose through passion or become more passionate about living our purpose?

I suggest you ask yourself what you are grateful for. Write a thank you letter to yourself or the Universe or your spouse or parent – whomever you want – who would let you connect your heart with gratitude. You don’t need to send it to them. This is simply an exercise for your own awareness.

My son is struggling with what he wants to do in life. He is 21 years old and does not know what he is passionate about. He has no major in college and lacks a direction for his life. He feels unaware and hopeLESS. I have an old letter from him from when he was in grade school. He thanks me for Christmas presents, letting him spend time with his friends, playing video games and being on his computer. He says he loves me “so much” and thanks me for “being such a great mom”. This does not sound unaware or hopeless to me. He knows what he likes and who he enjoys hanging out with. This is a gratitude letter.

Answers are found about our passions by how we spend our time, and with whom. What brings us joy and what we talk about with praise and excitement informs us about our passions. All of us need to pay attention to our words, feelings, and thoughts. In them lies our answers. Our purpose is to enjoy life, to praise, and to feel gratitude. What we are passionate about is what we are praising!

Through our praise, we find our passion, and thus our purpose. There is no UN… or …Less in gratitude, praise, and passion. Following our purpose lights-up the world and raises vibrations. Start that gratitude letter TODAY!

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Faith Brower is an Early Childhood Educator and Director, She has her Bachelors in English and Masters in Early Childhood Leadership. She has served in various roles at Unity Churches in Chicago and the Greater Detroit area. Faith is currently writing books for children and adults to help support them in maneuvering through divorce and death experiences.


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