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The Importance of Purpose.

 
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I just wanted to share this with individuals who may or may not be lost.Not sure if it fits here or in Meaningless drive but I think it's relateable.I believe personally that in order to find a significant other you most first love yourself and have purpose.So the first step in creating a relationship is working on yourself.Go to school(doesn't have to be a conventional school)(could be wheaton labs or many other farms.)You could even get a paid apprenticeship.Learn the skills necessary to stand on your own two feet.Spiritually and physically.As much as i don't wanna say it finacially as well.(This part isn't hard if you possess enough skill sets.)Starting a new relationship or starting a new journey is like starting from scratch.From seed to tree all over again.I have sat where you sit.I know how it feels and may be hard but this in my opinion is a step in the right direction.Personal success is an aura that radiates off you.I just felt the need to share this for some reason.
 
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