Defining Purpose

Obstacles are only what we perceive them to be. The fewer obstacles between you and your purpose, the less of the purpose is left. Obstacles are presented as sense data. Emotions reside outside of mental capacity. So to define the context of our purpose within the limited confines of the mind is futile. We simply create more obstacles in the process by doing so.


2 thoughts on “Defining Purpose

  1. The question this raises for me is where does purpose reside? I agree that it’s not confined to the mind. Yet there is an aspect of it that is expressed at the level of thought if we are to understand our purpose, however incompletely and imperfectly. I sense that our purpose must encompass our wholeness, and so it must cut across every aspect of the self. Fascinating.

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