I would venture to say that most people go through their lives without ever discovering their true purpose. They keep busy playing out roles in relationships, jobs and social situations, but precious few build up the courage necessary to let their true purpose find the light of day.
You can be bold as a lion or lioness as the case may be. You can break free of the trammels of race, color, creed and precedent. You can be the real you in a world populated by poseurs, mountebanks and cowards. The real question is not if, but when.
Your true purpose is revealed as you give freely of yourself, or as I once heard it put, as you “let love radiate without concern for results.” Your true purpose is not an outfit you piece together from the worn and frayed fabrics of this world, nay, it is uncloaked as you lavish your immediate circumstances with unselfconscious ministrations.
You must, of course, serve those in your world wisely. You must invest conscientiously and package the blessings you give in a way that they are most likely to be received. You must learn to discern the difference between true responsiveness and rapacity. You must develop the capacity, as it was said to be “wise as serpents, and harmless as doves.”
Revealing true purpose is not for the faint of heart. Neither is it for the covetous, who labor under the conviction that fulfillment can be procured, like love from a prostitute. The revelation of true purpose is reserved exclusively unto those who wish to live a life of consequence, those who cannot be bought and paid for and those to whom all the riches of the world are worth less than an ounce of integrity.
Your invitation to attend the unveiling of your true purpose has been waiting at your doorstep from the moment you were born. The question at this point: are you man or woman enough to open it?