WHAT IS MY LIFE'S PURPOSE?
1) "What is my real life's purpose? (What do I want
to have accomplished when I look upon my life in old age?"
2) "How, specifically, would I have to think, speak, and act in
order to bring that purpose into being?"
3) "What activities, what actual daily choices, attitudes, and
concrete accomplishments would I do if I lived as if my purpose meant something to me?"
4) "How would I live, on a day-to-day basis, if I respected
myself, others, and my life's purpose?" 
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send email that is typed in complete standard English sentences. Provide
operational definitions of words and illustrate by example. Cite sources used in your answers, and provide
reasoning when giving your own opinion and support it with your own experience
examples. Do not copy articles without permission and please summarize in your own words
and indicate what you have learned.
Indicate the assumptions that you are making, if you intend
the opinion to represent anyone, or anything, other than yourself, or your own experience.
Indicate any supporting data that you have in making your assumptions and what
experimentation would be necessary in order to strengthen the argument or your claim.
you present information as fact, please indicate the source and the method used to
establish the fact. If you are using a theoretical hypothesis, please state it and the
method used for the examination or proof of it.
If you are stating an apriori
assumption, or affirming a commonly held "belief
system", please limit your discussion to your own experience and indicate how
you apply it successfully to yourself. Please include an opposing argument to your
affirmed " belief system" and indicate with your reasoning as to how it is
not as applicable to you as is your own belief system. .
 Marsha Sinetar, Do What You Love, The Money Will
Follow, New York: Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishing Group, Inc.,1987, pp
Copyright © 1998 [Robert Brehm]. All rights reserved.