Or, perhaps you're asking ... "Who am I?" or ... "Why was I born?" or ... "The world is a mess — what can I do about it?" or ... "What's the point?" Or variations of these?
Maybe instead, after a lot of hard work, or hard wishing, you have attained your heart's desire (love, wealth, security, recognition or anything else) and found the satisfaction was not what you'd expected? That an emptiness still exists within? Or maybe you are obsessed with the fear of losing it?
Or ... did you join a good cause, thinking that's your purpose, only to find out maybe it isn't your purpose after all, but someone else's? Maybe your heart aches because of war — in the Middle East, Africa, elsewhere ... conflict, conflict in your city, at your job, in your family.
Maybe you want to do ________ "BUT" ________ (conflict within), and you're at your wits' end.
If anything above describes the way you're feeling, you may be interested in the material available for free on our website. Each section mentioned below is designed to appeal a little differently than the others, perhaps to different people. Check it out for yourself; if it's of any value to you, you might act on some of the information, to test it. (Don't believe a word of it — it’s not about belief, it's about experience — yours, and that's all that counts.) If you see no value, then of course it's not for you, just ignore it.
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A wise old man's answers to the questions that matter before anything else: "What am I? Where am I? What's going on here? What can I do?"
Lots of articles, diagrams and a flash video that may surprise you if you're questioning your purpose of living.
Once a year in November most of us make at least a passing nod to some bit of "good fortune" in our lives. Others try to be grateful every day. If you are bursting with gratitude (about anything) and want CyberSpace to know, you can post your appreciation here, anonymously or otherwise.