That Is Not What You Are Here For
Everyone has a reason for being here
and it isn·t just to get by

by Rachelle Disbennet-Lee, PhD.

We are all here for a reason. We all have a purpose in life. Your purpose isn't to just get through life. You are here for a bigger reason, a bigger purpose. It is okay if you don't know why you are here. That will come in time. The important thing is to not get confused and to not accept that you are here just to get by.

If you are bored, not happy or feeling that there must be more than this, you have not found your purpose or reason for being here. When you know why you are here, life becomes exciting, fun and a daily adventure. This doesn't mean that you have to have a "Big Purpose." You don't have to cure world hunger. Maybe you volunteer at the local food bank, help out friends in need and be the person others can always rely on. It doesn't matter what your purpose is as long as you understand that your reason for living isn't just to get by.

I believe that the purpose of everyone on this planet is to change the world. This might sound lofty, but actually it isn't. The good news is that you can start from where you are. In fact, you can only start from here and now. When you begin to live your life as if you have a purpose and there is a reason for you to be here other than just showing up for work and bringing home dinner, you will see that you have the power to change the world.

Live as if you have a purpose and a reason for being here because you do. When you begin to act as if you believe that your life has meaning, you will be amazed at the difference it will make. You are here to change the world. When you believe and accept that, great things will happen.

Rachelle Disbennett-Lee, PhD provides daily motivation, information and inspiration to thousands of people through her award winning e-zine 365 Days of Coaching.  For a free report, "The Power of Daily Action - How to create more Wealth, Health and Happiness by Tapping Into the Power of Daily Action" go to 
Coach Rachelle Disbennett Lee, PhD, 2007


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