Barton Goldsmith: We All Need A Purpose In Life

By Barton Goldsmith
Tribune News Service

WWR Article Summary (tl;dr) Dr. Barton Goldsmith, a psychotherapist from Calif. shares why he thinks it is so very important that we all find our purpose in life. As Dr. Goldsmith explains, sometimes that purpose may be as simple and gentle as supporting those you love.

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I believe that if you find your purpose and share it with the world, you will be happier. This is because you are doing what is right for you, what speaks your values, and is important to your life. If you don’t have a reason to get up in the morning, then you probably will have a hard time being motivated even to brush your teeth.

Your purpose in life is not what keeps you up at night; if you are on the right path, this seldom happens. You will know you are in the right place when you feel that you are doing the right things with the right people for the right reasons, and that makes you feel good about yourself.

What Is your purpose? If you’re not sure, begin by asking yourself what makes you feel great. Are you into your work, or is there something else that you’d like to do (besides win The Voice)?

What we do with our days does not necessarily define our purpose in life, but the closer it is to that purpose, the more you will enjoy your time.

Your purpose does not have to be changing the world. It can be very fulfilling to live a peaceful life.

You do not have to build a rocket to Mars to have a purpose. Nurturing your family, friends, and those who come into your path is a wonderful way to do life, and it is a purpose that not enough people take up.

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