I often ask myself this question. It is not hard to remember why, when I look at the people around me. People who I can see struggling, and who want to live a good life. People who want to make the world better, and people who just don't know who they are and what they are supposed to be doing here.
I know I am not the only one who has struggled with these big questions. We are all looking for answers.
In this moment I believe we are here to uplift, to shine our individual light, and spread more goodness. The most important thing any of us can do is spread love. But the problem is that so many of us are hurt and disconnected to our own source of light and love. We are stuck in a swamp of misery, or disconnected from our feelings and the truth of who we are.
I still can struggle with these feelings of hopelessness and despair, not nearly as often as in the past. Today, I have found many things that bring me great joy. When I do discover these joyful things, when I feel connected to that source of love, I get the deepest desire to share that with others. That is all I want in the world. The desire to share these feelings is insatiable.
My cup over-flows, and I am delighted to find any way I can to share the feelings. Sharing our discovery of ways of making life more loving and good is what we are here to do. This world can be a much better place. It depends on each of us coming to know and love ourselves, and then we can allow this goodness to flow out into the world.
We can be the wayshowers to those who are struggling and suffering under the weight of judgment and guilt from those who are unconscious. We can uplift and unburden those who have lost sight of the bigger picture, that we are all children of God, extensions of light-source energy.
I am blessed in this life. I have been given an opportunity to know myself, even if it is just a little bit. Now, in my own excitement and enthusiasm, all I desire to do is show others some of the good things I have discovered to help make life more joyful, and bring more freedom to the world.
An Idealist-Realist. Striving to Bring those Idealistic Dreams into Reality.