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How to find your purpose in life.

What is the purpose of life? Isn't it a  tragedy to have life and not know what to do with it? I heard once that the richest place on earth is the cemetery.  It might sound ridiculous, but if you analyze it it's true. The grave has many talents that are no longer in use, and many that were never used throughout their time on earth. What is your purpose in life?  Every man both rich and poor must answer this question. They must know their purpose in life. When this life is over will your purpose be numbered among those who did nothing with their lives or those who died empty? There isn't anyone on earth who was created to have a life without meaning, but our lives will appear meaningless without us knowing our purpose in life.   You wonder why so many persons are just okay with the way that their lives are. You wonder why so many persons are okay with doing nothing valuable with the time that they are given each day. You wonder why so many persons have yet to find motivation

14 lessons I've learned from nature and how they've shaped my life.

  Mother nature is one of God's richest blessings to humankind. She isn't just e xquisitely beautiful ,  but a remarkable teacher. I've allowed myself to become engrossed with the invaluable lessons from this great teacher, and I've distributed her teachings throughout every aspect of my life. They are truly a gem. I will share with you fourteen lessons that I've learned from mother nature and how they have transformed my life. I hope that they will add meaning to your  life too. 1.  You are not too small to do something great. Have you ever witnessed the creative work of the ants or the bees? Have you ever wondered how such tiny creatures could build a honeycomb or an anthill of such great size? It makes me wonder too. Both the bees and ants are industrious creatures, and many good traits can be adopted from them. If you get the opportunity to watch the a nts moving pieces of food, or the bees moving from flower to flower during the pollination process; I'm sur