To create is to have a purpose

That’s how simple it is… everyone is trying to find his/her purpose in life, thinking that they will be happy if they did. Trust me when I tell you this, they are absolutely right. To have a purpose, is like having an assurance that there is a divine plan for you, and it gives your heart the calmness by knowing that you are not life’s byproduct.

Everyone have their own purpose. Learning, working, finding love or getting married… they are necessities, like breathing, and they define our race, nothing more. But a purpose, is something else, its using the very bit of the divine soul that created us all. A purpose is to create, to use that little fragment inside you. Give it shape, give it a sound, let that soul talk, it is the manifestation of your purpose. It wants to write, it wants to draw, it wants to film, it wants to sing… it may wants to do everything, unleash it, let that fragment that created you guide you, it will make you a better person.

I gave shape to my fragment, and thus came a book. I wrote a fiction thriller, and found my self becoming better in my other aspects of life. So please, try to create something in this world, be with purpose, be happy. Let your words enlighten every reader, give them the chill, make them feel romantic, or force them to sit on the edge. Let your drawings capture our hearts, force us to comment, and makes us imagine the story behind its colors and shapes. Let your songs spread joy, sadness, love, or even laughter.

All the best for everyone, may you all give shape to your purpose, and eventually, to your selves.

                      Here is my main site, for those who wanted to know more about me and my fragment

23 comments

  1. Adam A. Amin · May 23, 2012

    “I wrote a fiction thriller, and found my self becoming better in my other aspects of life.”

    This is actually thought provoking. Does achieving a purpose elevate your self-esteem thus making you a better person in every aspect or did you have so much confidence in yourself that you’re becoming better in your various activities subsequently giving you the motivation to write and release your book?

    Interesting.

    • ahamin · May 23, 2012

      For me it was the former, I obtained more self-esteem once I found what I’m good at, which is creating ideas no one can think of. It made me more aware of what I can accomplish if I placed more effort and passion on what I do.
      Thanks for stepping by 🙂

      • Adam A. Amin · May 23, 2012

        Thanks and I’m really enjoying your blog. Keep it up 🙂

  2. Esperanza Writes · May 24, 2012

    I do agree with you. what people lack these days is a sense of purpose. 🙂

    • ahamin · May 24, 2012

      I know… but I know life will make more sense once you sit and do something… ppl may call them hobbies, I call them a path to building a better self.

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  4. fiestytempest · May 24, 2012

    Inspirational post. I hope I find my purpose…soon.

    • ahamin · May 24, 2012

      Your purpose is to create, so find something you can leave for us in this world 🙂
      All the best in finding your purpose, and may it reach my eyes, mind, ears, and eventually my heart

      • fiestytempest · May 24, 2012

        Thank you!

  5. Halina · May 24, 2012

    Nice post!! It’s so true. To create gives our lives a purpose and sometimes you just have to start somewhere even if you don’t know where it’s going to lead you. If you just start creating, whether that’s writing, knitting, cooking or whatever, once you start it will set something in motion and you are on the way to your purpose. I don’t have a clue yet what my purpose is but I think it’s a very exciting journey to be on my way of finding out. Thanks for your Post!!!

    • ahamin · May 24, 2012

      I’m glad you enjoyed it. I hope you will find your purpose.
      One of the quotes I like was from the Alchemist by Paulo Coehlo… ‘When you really want something, the universe will conspire in your favor’
      So once your mind is set into finding your path, the world will lay it down for you to walk through it 🙂

      • Adam A. Amin · May 24, 2012

        I’m a MAJOR believer in the laws of attraction and truly believe that what you’re saying is completely definite reality my good man.

  6. neglectedspace · May 24, 2012

    I read your Psych excerpt, and really enjoyed it!

    • ahamin · May 24, 2012

      Oh, thank you… you are too kind.
      I hope my novel will find its way to your shelves one day.

  7. Seamus · June 16, 2012

    Great piece! Speaks right to the heart of creativity and being happy. Thank you!

    • ahamin · June 16, 2012

      I’m glad you liked it… it is true, if there is a purpose in our existence it would be to leave our mark in the world before we leave it… at least use our creativity just to get this euphoric feeling that makes us happy.
      Best of luck for you in shaping your own purpose.

  8. robincoyle · June 21, 2012

    Creating . . . anything, from dinner to a masterpiece . . . nurtures the soul.

    • ahamin · June 21, 2012

      Couldn’t agree more, though I’m afraid from what I saw in your post when it comes to dinner and cooking 😀

      • robincoyle · June 21, 2012

        Ha ha! You are a wise man!

      • ahamin · June 21, 2012

        😀

  9. conserving quirky · June 26, 2012

    writing is my first passion but over past few months there has been a lull in my activities.I was desperately seeking inspiration and your bit here gave me just that!!cheers!
    hope i can get the mind flowing now!

    • ahamin · June 26, 2012

      I hope so too… I wish you all the best in your writing. thank you for liking my post

  10. sakuraandme · May 5, 2013

    You wrote so passionately I felt like I was going to cry. I think I’m missing Sakura! Lol But, I know what your talking about…I get this feeling with every house I’ve renovated. You step back and look at the finished product and feel really good about what you’ve achieved. Very inspiring post. Hugs Paula. X

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