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WHAT PURPOSE IS NOT




Purpose is not certificates
Purpose is not relationships
Purpose is not ambitions
Purpose is not aspirations
Purpose is not accolades
Purpose is not awards
Purpose is not connections


Certificates equip you for purpose
Relationships sustain you in purpose
Ambitions drive you towards purpose
Aspirations fan you for purpose
Accolades cheer you towards purpose
Awards encourage you towards purpose
Connections facilitate purpose



Purpose is the fabric of fulfillment
Purpose is the whispers of relevance
Purpose is the creator’s original intention for making you.
Purpose is the mind of the eternal finding expression through you.



If you lost your professional certification, would you still have a purpose?
If the most important relationship in your life crumbled, would you still have a purpose?
If your ambitions got knocked out, would you still have a purpose?
If your aspirations were sniffed out, would you still have a purpose?
If accolades never rolled your way, would you still have a purpose?
If awards never hung on your walls , would you still have a purpose?
If connections seize to respond, would you still have a purpose?




Purpose is the grain that remains when all else fades away
Purpose is your license to extend a dimension of Him on earth.
Could be dimensions of His Intelligence, His might, His love, His counsel, His Strength, His beauty and more.

Whichever  it is,

Purpose will not lead you away from Him
True purpose leads you to Him.
If you can do without Him, check again 
For Purpose will not make you independent of His Spirit


Committed to your fulfilment


Ssssshhhhhh

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January 23 rocks!






















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