The one question that we as people ask ourselves most often has got to be “What’s my purpose?”
Consider any product you might find in a store like Wal-Mart, for example.
When you purchase it, you already know what it’s going to be for.
When your eyes fall on the item you’re looking for, sitting on that shelf, you can pick it up, and if it’s a little unfamiliar, read its packaging to learn its manufacturer’s intent. Knowing this is essential, because the purpose for which something was made determines its design, its nature and its potential.
We’ve all been created with a purpose.
Maybe yours is to bring joy to your family, work or even your school. Whatever your purpose, know that you possess the potential to fulfill every inch of it. I encourage you to remain focused on the things that you’re good at and the things that come naturally to you. Nurture them.
I can honestly say that it’s what I did. I’m living my purpose and I want the same for you.
Mr. Fabian Reid