“It’s sad that many suffer from not having a purpose in life. But you can see how the problem comes about. Experiencing the activity of life, the ego-personality burns itself out; there is nothing for it to do. Some settle for that and they carry on, accumulating bits and bobs. Nothing much makes them happy, and then they go on to another evolution. Others fling themselves on the spiritual path, which works for a while, but even that peters out, as there are only so many books and seminars and temples you can trot around before you find yourself beyond it all.
In the end, you have to become your own teacher, and you have to find something that has real meaning. It’s part of understanding and expressing the God Force flowing through you. Discovering meaning is not a divine right; we each have to work to discover it. You win “meaning in life” as a special prize by creating energy. A lack of meaning is often a sign of a burnt-out mind that needs a new inspiration.”
Stuart Wilde, in “Sixth Sense”
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