Paradox Of Life

History shows that the value of life decreases and the quality of existence diminishes when a generation loses its sense of destiny and purpose. A quick glance at our current world exposes a sad picture that demands our attention. We preserve nature, for example, but kill babies. We build solid houses but cannot construct lasting homes. We are smarter but not wiser, bigger but not stronger. We know more and understand less, and we live longer but enjoy life less fully. We write more books but fail to take the time to read them. We go faster but get nowhere, conquer space but cannot conquer our habits, protect whales but abuse our children, go to the moon but wander farther from home, and flirt with fantasy in order to avoid reality.

Dr. Myles Munroe

(from the book In Pursuit of Purpose)

In Pursuit of Purpose In Pursuit of Purpose

By Myles Munroe / Destiny Image

Your fulfillment in life is dependent on your becoming and doing what you were born to be and do. For without purpose, life has no heat. Munroe has fashioned a compass that can focus you on the path toward fulfillment while providing the answer to the question, “Why am I here?”

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