I don't know about you, but it makes me dizzy trying to figure out the "reason why I am here." It seems every book, magazine article and television talk show tells us that we NEED to figure it out. After all, it would just be too scary to think that we don't have a "REAL" purpose. Or would it?
What if for a moment, we stopped worrying about the "why" and just started DOING. Maybe we are here to create the next great work of art, or to find a cure for (fill in the disease). Or maybe we're not. Maybe we are here save the rain forest, or to invent the next thing that will save make life easier for the disadvantaged. Or maybe not.
Maybe our reason is to be a cog it the wheel, that helps turn the person, who WILL create the next great thing or cure cancer. Or maybe, just maybe, the only reason we are here is to hold a hand of a dying friend, or to deliver a meal to elderly person. Or maybe the only reason was to save that stray dog and save his child from heartbreak.
I don't know about you, but if my "reason" for being on this Earth is only one of the above, then I know my life has been a success. Are there really any reasons for being here that are any more important than the next? I don't think so. The World is made up a few people who will achieve great things, a great amount of people who achieve OK things, and then the people like me, who will find their purpose in doing the little things. And isn't it the little things in life that really matter?
I will leave you with a quote from one of my favorite people, Eckhart Tolle. It goes like this;