What do you see the you come your eyes every night? Yourself in 10 years? Do you imagine yourself living a life you desire or something else?
Everyone is said to have their own purpose, what they are set to do. But I found that even the most successful person sometimes question “What am I doing?”.
They wonder about their purpose just like any normal person would. So the question stands, what are we set out to do? And is what we have become what we are meant to be?
If that is so, then are the criminals meant to live a life of a murderer, with blood on their hands, are the poor born to scavenge for food, to bet on their everything for survival?
Then another question arises, so are these criminals and poor to be punished of their purpose? of what they are to become?
People will argue that there is the freedom of choice, the freedom to choose what one set out to be.
But if everyone was to be born with a purpose, doesn’t that mean we would be denying our very existence and not playing our part when we choose to not do what we are meant to be?
Good and bad is a choice but it is also a matter of perspective. Criminals are born with superior instinct , with blood lust.
It is not bad for them to set out their purpose, but it is not good that they are murdering.
So are we to set out our purpose no matter what it is even if it was wrong? Or are we to back out and not play our part?
Are we to continue to pursue what we think is our purpose even when at the end of the day, the question will always remain, “What am I doing?” …
My answer is yes.
#mainfunction if you == want to know why : print(”Follow me”) else : print(”don’t mind my randomness”)
if you == want to know why : print(”Follow me”) else : print(”don’t mind my randomness”)
print(”Follow me”) else : print(”don’t mind my randomness”)
else : print(”don’t mind my randomness”)
print(”don’t mind my randomness”)