There is a natural balance created within the world and we need every person and their gifts and skills that they were given before birth to make the balance work to our advantage. The more people that understand the answer to the meaning of life the more we decrease the gap and bring that balance closer together.
We all have been born with gifts to offer in this world. You may be an outstanding parent that devotes your life to raising your children, to teach them and others that surround you strong values and morals.
You teach individuals through example how to respect the lives of others, to set high standards and goals and to excel at what they are good at and to be the beacon of light for others to find their way. This is my sister and God needs her in this position.
Finding your passion will be the easy part, building on it will require more imagination. Maybe you find you can communicate well with the elderly and you love to make them smile and assist them with the difficulties they experience in life.
You may love working and tinkering with automobiles, working with animals, bringing knowledge to others to make their lives less complicated or providing a service to the people in your community.
Think about it. What if nobody in the world liked to build houses – we would be living in tents and huts. What if nobody liked to stock grocery shelves, to file papers, to cook --- you get my point.
Then start to follow your passion, use your imagination, develop your true passion, the thing you love most to do. This is your gift.
Finding your passion could lead you towards financial freedom, happiness, contentment, self-determination, independence, but most of all and most important you will have developed your individual uniqueness that helps bring balance into the world that surrounds you and this talent that God gave you is your salvation, your purpose and your significance for being placed on this earth. I for one am so glad that you are here. Thank you for what you do.
Susan Del Gatto has a degree in social work, works in the field of Management Consultant and is the author of 'Cobwebs of the Mind - How to Take Control of Stress'. She is also owner/operator/writer/editor for www.abc-stress.com