Two Questions that Unshackle You from Feeling Lost

To be born in this life as a human being is a blessing. However, every person will inevitably face this uneasy issue in their life, and we would ask these questions to ourselves:

>> What are my goals?

>> Why am I not happy?

>> Why I feel lost even when I have all the love and affection from my surrounding?

>> Why I feel like my life is so suffering from the surrounding I born in?

Well, I do face it too and I go through so much suffering to get to where I am today. However, my life change when I solely dedicated myself into figure out these two questions through volunteering activities and self-analyzing of life itself.

Question #1: Why do I exist?

I come up with this question when Mr. Nelson Mandela say this phrase: You have a limited time on this earth, you must try and use that period for the purpose of transforming your country.

From that, I begin to see my mission and my existence on this earth. To help to contribute back to my country — which is “Earth”.

Question #2: What is your true happiness?

People often mistook the idea of having possession as the ultimate goal in their life. I came to believe that money is just a paper that would only have value when we need it. Thus, if that is the case, what exactly is our real/true happiness when we possess those huge amounts of money?

For me: Working toward something that is the betterment for this world without the confinement of border and nationalism. How about you? Share your thought on our Facebook post for this article.

That’s it for today. Thank you for reading, guys.

Cheers.

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