All of us have a certain place in this world, a well meant one.
Did you ever think about this? Do you realize why you have gone through certain experiences, opportunities or chances while others have experienced life in a very different way.
There are reasons that sum up our experiences or opportunities in our life.
First and foremost is your own will power.
There have been men and women who have had extremely strong will powers, powers to achieve on whatever goals they set for themselves.
They discovered the reason of their existence into this beautiful world.
They played the role they were destined for.
Second is the urge or sensitivity or perhaps the awareness of living a wonderful life.
You would certainly want to do something worth your lovely life.
That would entail a series of efforts towards realizing your potential.
You may become a doctor and serve a million people through your practise.
Or you may become an artist, filling beauty into people's lives.
Or even after reaching a certain milestone, you may discover you can be something more.
Like, despite being a politician, you may discover the leader within yourself, influencing and making a difference to your nation! The examples are numerous.
But what is important is valuing your life.
Realizing that your life is a precious gift and should be put to a good cause.
You don't have to become a celebrity overnight, or a politician...
but once you do become something, you should question whether what you have become gives you satisfaction or not.
Whether you are a doctor, housewife, manager, artist or performer, if you don't feel satisfied in that role, you may still be on your path to discovering yourself.
Even if you are a wife, parent or brother to someone, you do play a wonderful role in the life of your loved one.
If you don't feel satisfied about a certain relationship, its because there is still immense scope for improvement between you and your loved ones.
You need to figure out how to keep satisfaction flowing into your relations, whether it is an explicit effort between two people or just some more adjustment from your end.
No matter what role you play, personally or professionally, you need to feel content and satisfied about it.
If there is something that is still not peaceful, then perhaps you need to discover it, a little more.
If you do not feel content doing what you are doing, then perhaps you still haven't found your calling.
But you are certain to find immense peace and contentment when what you do is what you love.
If you choose a profession that you love, then you will never tire of it.
An artist would never tire of creating new art, but if he does, then he may not play it for long in his life.
Quoting Shakespeare, All the world's a stage, And all the men and women merely players: They have their exits and their entrances; And one man in his time plays many parts...
I would conclude that we all have a wonderful life.
A life with purpose.
Along our life we discover ourselves through our experiences.
Our life's purpose too, is found along the way.
When your role that you play (professionally or personally) gives you immense satisfaction and contentment, when you never feel bored of that role, when you feel there is a lot to do, its then that you have reached your purpose.
'You' have discovered yourself.
That is why, one man in his time plays many parts...
but there is one part that defines his life.