3. Seek the opinion of a close friend
Friends know a lot about each other. Close friends will know of your strengths and weaknesses.
Asking a very close friend what they think your purpose is can be very productive as they tell you what they know you would be best at. Use this only when you are having trouble identifying something you may be good at.
Perhaps your reason for existing has many experiences and adventures, it does not have to be or sound like a singular thing.
Once you achieve one “purpose”, it does not mean that your life is over and that was all you were brought here to do, but just that you are ready for the next one, you only need to discover it and pursue it.
Perhaps your highest purpose is simply to experience what you want to experience and learn to love and live.
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