Mohamed Rafee நாகூர் ரூமி:
PURPOSE DRIVEN LIFE நான் அதைப் படித்துப் பார்த்தேன். அற்புதமான சில கருத்துக்கள் அதில் இருந்தன. அவற்றைத் தொகுத்து உங்களுக்காக இங்கே தருகிறேன்:
PURPOSE DRIVEN LIFE
• Focusing on ourselves will never reveal our life's purpose
• The purpose of your life is far greater than your own personal fulfillment, your peace of mind, or even your happiness. It's far greater than your family, your career, or even your wildest dreams and ambitions. If you want to know why you were placed on this planet, you must begin with God. You were born by his purpose and for his purpose.
• You didn't create yourself, so there is no way you can tell yourself what you were created for!
• You cannot arrive at your life's purpose by starting with a focus on yourself. You must begin with God, your Creator. You exist only because God wills that you exist. You were made by God and for God-and until you understand that, life will never make sense. It is only in God that we discover our origin, our identity, our meaning, our purpose, our significance, and our destiny. Every other path leads to a dead end.
• You were made for God, not vice versa, and life is about letting God use you for his purposes, not your using him for your own purpose.
• Being successful and fulfilling your life's purpose are not at all the same issue! You could reach all your personal goals, becoming a raving success by the world's standard, and still miss the purposes for which God created you.
• Fortunately, there is an alternative to speculation about the meaning and purpose of life. It's revelation. We can turn to what God has revealed about life in his Word. The easiest way to discover the purpose of an invention is to ask the creator of it. The same is true for discovering your life's purpose: Ask God.
• God was thinking of you long before you ever thought about him. His purpose for your life predates your conception. He planned it before you existed, without your input! You may choose your career, your spouse, your hobbies, and many other parts of your life, but you don't get to choose your purpose.
• The purpose of your life fits into a much larger, cosmic purpose that God has designed for eternity.
• God doesn't play dice. -- Albert Einstein
• Your parents may not have planned you, but God did.
• While there are illegitimate parents, there are no illegitimate children. Many children are unplanned by their parents, but they are not unplanned by God.
• The key to friendship with God, he said, is not changing what you do, but changing your attitude toward what you do.
• Friends share secrets, and God will share his secrets with you if you develop the habit of thinking about his Word throughout the day.
• You are as close to God as you choose to be.
• Like any friendship, you must work at developing your friendship with God. It won't happen by accident. It takes desire, time, and energy. If you want a deeper, more intimate connection with God you must learn to honestly share your feelings with him, trust him when he asks you to do something, learn to care about what he cares about, and desire his friendship more than anything else.
• Intimate friendship with God is a choice, not an accident. You must intentionally seek it. Do you really want it-more than anything?
• Friendships are often tested by separation and silence; you are divided by physical distance or you are unable to talk. In your friendship with God, you won't always feel close to him.