Food for thought

I am a child of the 60’s, the generation which set out to “find ourselves.” There are book aplenty to tell us how to find our purpose. Rick Warren’s Purpose Driven Life has been translated into more than 59 languages and is reported to have sold more than 30 million copies. The writer of a blog I came across recently promises that by following his prescribed method, you can discover your life’s purpose in fifteen to twenty minutes. Through the ages man has struggled with the question, “what am I here for”?

From “Never Thirst Again”

Sandra Bivens Smith

© 2011

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