What do you want to do with the rest of your life?

I read tarot card for myself. I ask my angels “What’s my life purpose?” Then here is my reading. They will be my pursing in the rest of my life. My life purpose has many options–being a teacher who inspires young people to learn; reading and writing books for sharing my love to this world; being an environmentalist who protects, nurtures, and teaches about nature and animals to others; being a healer with kind words, wise advice, and an empathetic ear; reading oracle cards for myself and others, etc. My angels also tell me, “You are fully supported as you devote yourself to your Divine life purpose.” Meanwhile, I will achieve infinite abundance when I devote myself to my life purpose! So I will follow my heart and my intuition to walk on the right path towards my life purpose in the rest of my life.

3 thoughts on “What do you want to do with the rest of your life?

  1. Brian Garrett (He/His/Him)

    What do I want to do with the rest of my life? This is a multi-layered question that requires a thought-out answer, one that I have had the benefit of thinking long and hard about. I’d like to alleviate other people’s suffering for the rest of my life. This can be done in myriad ways though my passion first lies in the law. I want to become a lawyer to continue expanding my mind and thinking critically about the societal ailments I have had the benefit of residing in my entire life. From living, currently, in neglected communities to having a torn family all centered around poverty. I often wondered, and still, do, why me? I learned that I was asking the wrong question, more so, why not me? Often our greatest triumphs are rooted within our most significant failures, but perception can be tricky– for I have also learned each experience to be for your greatest good no matter the optics. So, with this unique perspective which one can say is “negative,” I endeavor to make the most of and share my knowledge and future wealth with those in need. My purpose is to bridge the inequity gaps from society’s underbelly to the highest point for all to be able to cross. So, when asked what I want to do with the rest of my life, the answer is relatively straightforward, I want to inspire.

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