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About that great drive…

Development of a great purpose

You know, one thing about purpose is that is a requirement in life, especially the older you get you realize it more and more. Having a purpose is something that creates real passion in you, and also great motivation that is born from you without the approval from the people/society around you.

As you all know, my greatest purpose is the constant development of my writing and creativity. But I admit it is a challenge for me. I sometimes get so immersed in the story and in the purpose driving the characters that I deviate from the plot, or branch out from the plot altogether.

So, I usually have to go back, even re-edit what I’ve written, fix the scenes, and then describe the new events to attract the reader. It might sound funny, but it happens in our lives, when we get so excited or overjoyed with something that we have to stop ourselves and look back to where we are going.

How to treat a great purpose

Many of you won’t understand this, perhaps, but it is extremely important to be patient and pay attention to detail when following a purpose. Let’s say, a relationship, for example: It takes time and dedication.

Maybe we have to fix what we did and change our attitude towards such and such. Because love, poured onto any purpose of great value to you, must be treated with love, kindness, and great patience for it to bloom like the most beautiful flower and give us that sense of great meaning in our lives.

-THANKS FOR READING-

By thegodwithinblog

“Limitations live in our minds, but if we use our imaginations, our possibilities become limitless.” ~Jamie Paolinetti; writer and director.

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