I used to think that purpose was a destination. A moment I was working towards that hadn’t happened yet. Now I think about it as a present moment.
What I’ve realized is that purpose isn’t a destination, it’s a practice of presence. It’s happening in every single moment of your life. It’s simply a matter of being present to it and then responding to it.
Lately, I have been asking myself how can I show up more fully and lean into each moment. Especially when it means embracing my fears or letting go of old beliefs.
As I’m practicing my purpose at the edge of my comfort zone, what I’m realizing as I take steps forward, the fears and doubts is that they’re fading faster. It requires courage to live into your purpose, because sometimes it’s calling you to do something you’ve never done before.
Everyday we (you, me) have a purpose.
And… often, it’s not what you think it’s going to be. It comes in all shapes and sizes.
It’s sweetly subtle and deeply fulfilling to know that everyday you have a purpose.
What’s your purpose today?