How To Discover Your Life Dreams
I have an assignment for you.
Do you want to know why you were born? What your sacred mission in life is?
Here’s what you do: Schedule a few hours for a personal retreat; a whole day is even better. Get your calendar and cross out that special day with a fat red pen. No one touches that day. It’s your date where you discuss your life with God. Take that extended time of personal reflection and bring these questions with you.
Here are some “heart questions” for you to answer…
Questions To Answer:
What are your greatest strengths?
What is the primary gift that has been given to you to bless the world?
What do you enjoy doing the most?
What were the happiest moments of your life? What were you doing during those moments?
· If given an opportunity to live in anyway and do anything—no matter how crazy your choice would be—what kind of life would you choose to live?
Imagine yourself on your 75th birthday:
What kind of person would you want to be by that time?
What accomplishments would you want to have attained?
· If family members were to honor you on your 75th birthday party, and thank you and speak about the good things that you have done,what would you want them to say to you? ·
Write down a tentative Personal Mission Statement:
From your answers above, write a tentative Personal Mission Statement. This one sentence should express what you most deeply believe your life should attain at the end of your days. It should be inspiring and moving as well. And don’t worry if it won’t be perfect. Your Personal Mission Statement should undergo much revision and editing as the weeks, months, and years go by. You should review your Personal Mission Statement in prayer regularly. Finally, write down your Life-Dreams Now that you’ve written down a Personal Mission Statement, write down a description of your life twenty years down the road. Picture yourself, your...
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