A Life With Purpose – It has been said that nature builds life by a perfect blueprint. And, that as humans (other than identical twins) there are no two exactly alike. Even in twins, we know that their personalities are not the same. Although we can view our genetic blueprint through looking at our DNA, what remains a mystery is the blueprint of our personality.
As a parent, you know that each of your children possess their own unique set of personality traits. If you are not a parent but grew up with siblings, you know that even though you had the same parents, each of you came into this world as your own person–similar in some ways and also very different.
This begs the question of “where do personality traits come from?”
The answer to a Life With Purpose?
We don’t really know, or we don’t know the whole story. We know that there are certain genetic markers that contribute to specific personality traits or tendencies. Things such as addictions, mood disorders, even mannerisms, but the rest remain, for the most part, a mystery.
And yet, it’s such an important mystery to understand. We know that our DNA blueprint, to some extent, determines our lot in life. Things such as our intelligence, our physical appearance, and unfortunately, in certain parts of the world, our race.
Although interesting, what I find more fascinating is how our Personality Blueprint determines our lot in life.
We can’t do a whole lot with the information we know about our DNA. As I used to hear mothers say to their young children, “you get what you get, and you don’t throw a fit.” We are basically stuck with our DNA Lottery.
Our Personalities contribute to a Life With Purpose
Our personalities, on the other hand, are modifiable. We can will ourselves to make changes necessary; to behave in ways that are more productive, more likable, and even more adaptable.
There are, on the other hand, some personality traits that are almost impossible to change. That drives us to do things we are not consciously aware.
Moreover, we each have a unique set of personality traits. Those traits are engineered perfectly to do things that no other person is designed to do. Not in the exact same way we would do it, with the exact same style, and the exact same set of principles or values or motivators. In other words,our personalities drive use to do things. Our personalities create amazing things in this world and will continue to do so.
And, we possess a complex set of attributes in our Personality Blueprint. It is a driving force that determines our level of happiness in life; because it consists of our passions, our motivators, our interests, our likes and dislikes, our needs, our attractions, our communication style, our energy levels, our stress, how we deal with stress, our outlook on life, and so much more.
Because of this, unlike the rest of the animal kingdom, as human beings, we were born with immense potential. The things that differentiate us most from the other species on this planet is our unique Personality Blueprint and also the fact that we have both a Conscience and Choice, which we use every day in the decisions we make.
The underlying forces of your Personality Blueprint shape your decisions, and the decisions you make determine your life. The better decisions you make the happier your life, so the key to happiness is to make good decisions.
How can we Guarantee a Life With Purpose?
How then do we make the best decisions to guarantee we have the greatest level of satisfaction from our lives? That’s an important question to consider and one that I have attempted to solve.
I believe the answer is to look to the mental, emotional, and the Energetic Blueprint that is unique only to you. The answer is also to look at our higher selves or inner knowing, or (as some call it), our Spiritual Intelligence.
Here’s the deal. If we come from the premise that we are all inherently different, due both to our DNA Blueprint and our Personality Blueprints; then isn’t it fair to assume that we can attach meaning to our differences simply because it is how nature created us?
It’s my belief that we are divinely created, that there are no accidents to our creation. We all have a purpose, a Life-Purpose which is, (basically speaking) to survive, but not many of us are living “a life with purpose.”
Thus, I argue, that we fulfill the expression of our individuality. Our purpose in life is to find ways to use and express our “Personality Blueprint,” so that we may experience a life with purpose, which gives us meaning. I think the best way we express this is through our businesses and the work that we do.
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