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Misconceptions or not?


Many of us believe that our life purpose is tied to doing what we love, but sometimes, that might not be the case. In fact, our life purpose could be something that we hate doing. It might be something that we dread, something that we don't enjoy, or something that we would rather not do if given a choice. However, it is important to understand that our life purpose is not always tied to our passions.


Sometimes, our life purpose is tied to our strengths, our experiences, or our values. Our life purpose could be tied to the things that we are good at, the things that we have gone through, or the things that we believe in. For example, our life purpose could be to help others, to make a difference in the world, or to create something that will last beyond our lifetime. It could even mean studying certain courses that we don’t like, for example mathematics, algebra and arithmetic which are commonly hated by most students. You might hate these courses but knowing them well might help you achieve your life purpose.


Understanding that our life purpose could be something we hate doing is important because it allows us to be open to different opportunities and experiences. It allows us to explore different paths and to discover new strengths and talents that we didn't know we had. It also allows us to be more adaptable and resilient when things don't go as planned.

It is important to be open to different opportunities and experiences and to understand that our life purpose might not always be what we expect it to be.

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