Finding your soul’s purpose

A plaque that hangs in my home office bears twenty-one suggestions for success written by H. Jackson Brown Jr. My favorite is, “Understand that happiness is not based on possessions, power or prestige, but on relationships with people you love and respect.”

Part of your purpose is to engage in relationships with others because the exchange of energy—love—is what keeps you aligned, connected, and happy. It doesn’t cost anything to relate to another, and you have everything to gain when you do. The source of my true happiness is my relationships, especially my friendships. The exchange of energy with friends is priceless. No amount of money can bring you that connection and joy. This is an important truth to living a great life on earth. When you love your life and the people in it, you feel like you don’t need anything. Now that’s happiness! Continue reading Finding your soul’s purpose