It wasn't until after I had my own children that the answer was revealed to me. While I've always been close to God and spirit, and while I have always heard them talk to me and have seen them near me, never did I realize this would be my path. Since I was a little girl, I had fun talking to the angels, God and my loved ones passed. It was a part of my everyday life. I'd just babble on to them like I would my friends. I thought it was normal. However, as I got older, I realized it wasn't exactly as normal as I thought. Yet this ... this is my path. This is the reason for my being. I help those who grieve and give them messages from their loved ones. It sounds weird to some, but God has shown me my purpose both with words and in multiple visions.
I know everyone wonders what their purpose in this life is. My answer to that is this: Look at what you do each day. Perhaps sitting in a cubicle and typing reports isn't what you'd consider a life path. And to be honest, it probably isn't what you were put here to accomplish. Our careers aren't always what make the path. Instead, look at what you actually do here on this planet. Think about the people in your life and how you're here for them in so many different ways. Perhaps you're a listening ear for someone whose lesson in this lifetime is to learn about relationships, or maybe you're someone who helps others find their own passions. You may be here to help those who are sick and in need of healing, whether physically, emotionally or spiritually. Or perhaps you are here as a parent to a child who needs your guidance for his/her own path in this world. You might be here to rescue homeless animals, to spread the word of love to those who don't care about the planet's animal life. You may even be one who is here to physically care for the animals. You get my point. The list goes on and on. You do have a reason ... or reasons. Your life does have meaning, even if you don't see it yourself.
We are all unique and offer the world our own special gifts. Never allow yourself to believe you aren't important. You are! In so many ways, you are needed here. God has a reason for your being; so wake up each day and live knowing how important you truly are. Be grateful for being YOU.