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6. Bringing it Home

What’s your Mission Statement?

Now you’re finally ready to get started. Sometime in the next two days, find a quiet place and sit for half an hour with a pen and paper. Think over your life. Besides for universally pleasurable experiences such as sunsets, music, and beauty, and milestone events such as weddings, births, and graduations, what were the most happy, pleasurable moments of your life when you felt that you were touching your life’s purpose? Was there ever a moment in your life when you were so into what you were doing that a little voice went off in your head that said, “I was made for this”? Do you have a cause or a passion that you feel that you could devote your entire life to?

Write down a mission statement for your life in a clear, concise sentence: “My unique purpose in life is to __________________.”

Try testing out your new mission statement for a few days. Does it give you motivation to get out of bed and fulfill your purpose? The good news is that you can never go wrong. It auto-corrects with time and if you’ve phrased it wrong, try to rewrite it. Each time you get closer and closer to finding the right mission statement1When you finally find it, it will propel your life forward with rocket power!

1Note: Please be aware that in order to ensure objectivity it is essential to speak out any insights with a reliable Rabbi, qualified mentor, spouse, or friend. Without a third party, it is possible to get sidetracked in the wrong direction. Although quiet contemplation is necessary to begin the journey, it cannot be completed without checking in with someone reliable that you can trust to provide you with objectivity.

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