You have a purpose, stop questioning it

So why is it that if it takes millions and billions of cells to form each and every of our being, we still feel purposeless being on this earth?

By Hui Xin


There are days where we wake up feeling extremely numb, vacant, and empty. When you can’t get yourself to laugh, or cry, or blush, or even feel. And on those days, when you can’t summon up the will to care, you start to wonder which is best:

To feel something, or nothing at all?

Don’t you see? Everything on this earth has a purpose. The phone that you’re holding on your hand has a purpose. Even the littlest and simplest thing as your toes have a purpose. So why is it that if it takes millions and billions of cells to form each and every of our being, we still feel purposeless being on this earth?

Maybe its the joy of bringing a smile to someone’s face. Maybe its the love that you receive when someone embraces you. Maybe its the satisfaction of bringing that special someone to your secret place of solace. There is something worth living for. You just need to find your purpose.

Look around you, everyone has their own issues, everyone has a part of them that is broken. Don’t you think that its a little selfish to constantly play the victim card? Don’t you think that its a little selfish to think that everyone has to tip toe around you just so that you won’t get hurt?

We’re humans, and we’re flawed. In reaction, we drive ourselves over the edge by noticing all the ways we don’t measure up, and counting our past mistakes.

We’re flawed, sure, because it’s inherent. But our flaws do no define us. Our intricacies and complexities are not what defines us.

So maybe its time to stop wallowing in self-pity and dissatisfaction over our flaws and start embracing them.

Embrace your flaws like how you embrace your strength. When you start to see that your flaws are what makes you special and keeps you growing, then maybe, they’re not so bad after all.