“The legacy you leave, is what lives on in the people you loved.”
What does it mean to finish well?
- Learning to live with limits.
- Choosing to live with purpose at each stage of life.
- Investing in the success of younger generations.
- Fixing our eyes on Jesus and the joy that awaits us.
It’s so crazy how we all seem to know what’s right and what’s wrong in life. Yet, why do we tend to cause ourselves to go through so much pain? Life is very short. We only have so many hours in a day, days in one week, and months in a year. But, we forget that maybe there won’t be a tomorrow.
Society nowadays has made it seem like it’s ok to live like everyone else. But why not do our own thing, and serve our own purpose in life? One way to figure out what your purpose is in life, is to ask yourself simple but powerful questions such as: How can I live with less regrets? What do I want said about me when I part? What do I do freely with such passion? I believe that no human being would enjoy a life full of regrets or one who wouldn’t like to be remembered for something good that they were passionate about doing.
Once you find your true purpose in life, things become easier and less painful. You begin to follow your true desire and wanting to teach anyone who is willing to learn from your own experiences. God creates unique people for a reason. We all go through ups and downs in life but no one can tell the same story because we are our own authors of our own life.
Living by the “Law of Attraction” is one way of having control of your life. However, when you choose to live in the eyes of Jesus, life only seems joyful! You live day by day wondering what blessings are to come your way. Not because you ask for them, but because you realize that by living in your own purpose, and through it, you aid those in need without anything in return and simply feel at peace and accomplished.
“When you prepare to die, you learn to live!” So why not live with a purpose and less regrets? Find your happy and choose to have faith in God that all will fall into place. It’s never too late to live the life you have always envisioned for yourself. Just do it!
(Today’s blog came from me being inspired by todays church service.)