Whatever you are passionate about, you do. If you enjoy cave diving, it becomes your passion. You enjoy travel, it becomes your passion.
You talk about it, think about it, plan on how to do it….you understand it, tight?
What about purpose? People are born with an inbuilt need to find purpose in their lives. The eternal question that we all ask ourselves, why am I here in the first place?
And we all instinctively realise that true purpose is tied to something outside ourselves, to something greater that our self.
Why do I say that? Read on to find out.
A wise man said: Blessed are you, if you find your passion and your purpose meeting together, aligning and building up one another.
There are some professions where this happens more than others.
For example, those who are passionate about healing and find themselves in healthcare. They find purpose i their lives daily. How blessed are they indeed.
But you may ask, what about cave diving? What purpose would it serve?
Recently a few boys got trapped in a cave in Thailand and the whole world was watching how the rescue operations were underway. It was very risky. The cave was submerged, underground and the boys were hundreds of meters away from the accessible entrances.
The world’s best cave diver had this to say after the rescue mission
Passion and Purpose. I hope you are passionate about your purpose in life. God bless!