More Updates Pt 3

So, as we covered in Parts 1 & 2, I’m digging for my purpose. What IS my life purpose? I’m 48, which is young on a cosmic, linear scale, but in terms of the Earth plane, I ain’t gettin any younger.

Okay, so one last postulate before I really come to my point of this article. (And thank you for bearing with me this far.)

Since coming to Instagram about a year and a half ago, I’ve really, truly enjoyed helping and promoting dear friends and folks who I admire greatly. See my posts about Laura DiBenedetto, Daniel Scranton, Natasha Hynes, Natasha Sol, A.L. Garris, and a dozen more. I love all of you. You give so much. So, is uplifting others part of my purpose? Is that who I am?

Are we defined by our jobs? My understanding from the Law of One is that we are supposed to be at least 51% service to others. So, wtaf does that mean? How do I pull that off? What IS service to others?

Don’t get me wrong. I’m not a deadbeat waiting to happen. I work hard for my meager family of six plus three or four fur kids. I go to work, contribute my check to the family. I cook breakfast, lunch, etc on my days off. I do some housework and mow the lawn when I feel up to it. I know. First world problems. Right?

But that’s all survival. A hundred years ago or in another country, it’s the equivalent of chopping wood and hauling water or baking bread and laboring in the field. Regardless, are all our labors a service to others? Is that purpose? I mean, why are WE here?

Round 4 coming right up…

Author: Jeff Craigmile

I'm a tabletop role-playing game writer and designer from Des Moines, Iowa always looking for more work. I'm the father of four boys and human to three cats.

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