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#28 I Finally Discovered What Our True Purpose Is

Posted: June 19th, 2009 | Author: | Filed under: Life | 2 Comments »

I’m excited.

I’ve waited very long to discover what a human’s purpose is.

You see, in post #23 I mentioned about it in the end.

“God, at least let me know what I’m supposed to do, in the Now.”

That’s got to be one of the funniest thing to say.

You know why?

Read this, and read this closely because:

“Our purpose, your purpose, has always been…
To be fully, in the Now.”

You could talk about destiny all day.

But nothing would change according to what you want.

If you want to discover what your destiny is, just do this.

It’s your ultimate purpose –

To be fully in the Now.

If you do this, practice this, you’d realize suddenly that your life is filled with Satori.

What is Satori?

The moment, actually moment is an illusion – because everything only happens in the Now – but I’ll describe it as this:

“It’s the moment where everything glimmers.”

Suddenly your view brightens. Things liven up. Your actions actually count.

Your life is suddenly experienced to the fullest, and will satisfy you, no matter how bad it becomes.

Your heart hurts? You stay in the Now and experience that heartbreak to the fullest. Because it’s your purpose to do that Now.

Good or bad, you do the same thing.

To experience the Now to the fullest, that’s it.

To be fully bored when you’re bored.

To be fully walking when you’re walking.

To be fully talking when you’re talking.

There’s no time.


This realization is credited to Eckhart Tolle.

Thank you for reading.

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2 Comments on “#28 I Finally Discovered What Our True Purpose Is”

  1. 1 Tom Rausch said at 4:16 am on June 24th, 2009:

    I love Eckhart Tolle and his teachings too. However, I see fully experiencing now as an ultimate way of being, rather than as a purpose. My experience of now informs me we each have special gifts and expressing them is at the heart of our special and very unique life purpose.

  2. 2 Him said at 1:38 pm on October 18th, 2009:

    Dear Tom,

    Those words are wise.

    Thanks for your comment.

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