In today’s Take Five, Kasey Leander draws from McMuffins, Disney’s Moana and Tangled, and a cajón drum to look at our constant search for “ultimate” purpose in life. The irony is, he says, in the midst of looking and waiting, we end up doing none of the “purposeful” things we imagine.
If I’m looking for that one thing that’s going to define my entire life, then I can’t do anything unless i know that it’s the ultimate thing.
It is so easy for us to spiritualize fame, and masquerade it as an extra meaningful calling in life.
Rather than waiting for God to show us our ultimate purpose, I’m convinced that instead, we need to start looking at the things in our life as being purposeful.
Make it Personal
Have you found yourself searching for that one, ultimate purpose for your life? Why is it so easy to fall into this search?
What are some of those little things in life that are easily overlooked that contribute to being purposeful?