If you have been through life without knowing your purpose and what you want to achieve, here are some useful tips to bring out the best in you. Without further ado, let’s get to them in the next few paragraphs.
The Will of God is in the Laws of Nature. The Will of Man is also a slave to the Laws of Nature. But what you will to do, although not devoid of the Natural Laws that sustains and supports your Will, is entirely your prerogative. Be aware of the overall Will that empowers you to exercise your Will. Your Will is an inheritance. You are free to choose. But you are not free from the Sustenance of That Will. You depend on and are enslaved to that Sustenance, but what you will to do with It is entirely up to you.
The purpose of anything and everything is unknown, except for what you make out of it. But what you think is the purpose for something to occur may not be entirely true or completely false. As long as your knowledge of that purpose serves as a lesson to improve you, the true purpose is not that important. The rain today may be an effect of the accumulating clouds in the sky over your area, but you can choose to think of it as an effect of Man’s treatment of Nature, leading to unnatural monsoon seasons. Or you can think of it as an excuse to stay at home and do some inner reflection or catching up with some sleep.
What is inside is reflected on the outside. What is on the outside is reflected on the inside. Be careful of what you think. It may be that your thoughts betray you in your actions. Be careful of what you do. It may be that your habits corrupt you in your thoughts. Use this cycle of action-and-thought, of inner-and-outer to your advantage. As above, so below. As within, so without.