How to Find Your Life’s Purpose

Spiral staircase within All Saints, Portsea

If you are searching to find your true purpose in life, a great guide and resource is “The Power of Purpose” by Richard J. Leider.

You can view a video from Mr. Leider here:

Richard Leider “The Power of Purpose”

“The Power of Purpose” is a book I wish I could have written, but am equally grateful to have read and learned from it.  “The Power of Purpose” helped me to reinforce my purpose in life, which is to help people become all that is possible for them to become by learning how, living life’s truths, and sharing the sparks with others.

So please allow me to share a spark with you that might help you find your purpose and Fire Up Your Life!

“The Power of Purpose” by Richard Leider is available at

I hope you enjoy your journey and decide to travel on purpose!

What is the Meaning of Life?

Rembrandt's Philosopher in Meditation (detail).

Rembrandt's Philosopher in Meditation (detail). (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

If you are seeking the answer to “What is the meaning of life?” The answer is to simply live a life you find meaningful.

Asking “What is the meaning of life?” is unnecessary when one asks “What can I do that is meaningful right now?” and then does it!

Discovering the meaning of one’s life is realized upon personal reflection of one’s actions that one is satisfied as having been meaningful.

ADDED BONUS: We each are allowed to define “meaningful” to our personal satisfaction.

Yes, living a meaningful life really is that simple,  but it is certainly not easy.

How to be Content with Life


English: Carrot(lemon and white) and Brinjal(t...

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According to Pastor Richard Exley, “Contented people have at least five characteristics in common:

1) They are committed to a cause greater than themselves.

2) They have a servant’s heart.

3) They value relationships. They love people rather than things.

4) They give thanks for what they have rather than complaining about what they don’t have.

5) They celebrate the ordinary, finding joy in life’s little pleasures.

“People who want to get rich fall into temptation…But godliness with contentment
is great gain” (1 Timothy 6:9 and 6).

All I can say Pastor Exley is Amen Brother! Thank you for sharing this simple truth.

I read a free e-mail that Pastor Exley sends out daily called, “Richard Exley’s One Minute Devotion.”  Here’s a link to sign up to receive his posts.


It helps me stay FIRED UP!

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