Is There A Difference Between These Three?
Our life must have a purpose to be meaningful. Otherwise, it would be a series of unrelated events or actions. We need to set an intention to carry out an action. By definition, purpose means the reason for which something exists or is done, made, etc. If we acted without intention, we would waste our time. We could not perform our tasks and responsibilities effectively.
Fate, on the other hand, is when we live unconsciously, by rote—doing the same thing day in and day out. By its definition, it is something that unavoidably befalls a person. In essence, it is the Law of Attraction in action, but by default.
Destiny, on the other hand, is the reason for which God created us. It is who we are meant to be–Who am I?
Interestingly, we ONLY find inner satisfaction when we actively fulfill our destiny.
We don’t experience this when we are living on purpose. Yes, we are happy for by living intentionally rather than accidentally, we actively create our realities by attracting those things on which we have placed our focus and attention.
As someone once said, destiny demands fulfillment, purpose expression.
The nuances of these words are slight. Some may argue we are splitting hairs, but to those who are familiar with the principles of universal laws, the difference lies in whether we live by chance or design or whether we live as an expansion of one’s being in a state of bliss regardless of what happens in the external world.
Here’s to your inner freedom.
Here’s to walking in your destiny.
Here’s to being true to your HEARTS.