A mission statement and a difficult question

On my last post I was talking about my mission. We all have a mission in life whether we are aware of it or not. Sometimes it is a small one, even just nudging someone else in the right direction with a word can be vital. Sometimes we have work to do in influencing society, putting rights wrong, innovating to help society or bringing up children to make the difference. Not to mention working through karma. To become aware of your life’s purpose can be a double edged sword. A pressure or responsibility, that is even if you get what you should be doing right! There are clues and nudges from the universe if you notice them of course, but living ordinary life itself can be difficult enough sometimes.

Anyway, I believe my mission to be in showing, as far as a limited human being can, how the big picture of reality works. I look at all aspects of reality and how they seem to interact to make us us and our reality what it seems to be. I am a generalist rather than a specialist, and I do not pretend to know the answers. I just understand some of the questions! If I just can to show those who are interested where to look for their own answers, I am happy. It is particularly pleasing when people build on my work and run with it.  Am I on the right track? Well I cannot be sure, but all I know is whenever I try to stop I do get a hard nudge from the universe.

The difficult question

Notwithstanding all the above,  a difficult question has to be asked. That is-should I/ we be doing this at all? If we are born with a blank slate for a reason, if we incarnate to experience life in the raw and learn lessons, would knowing the big picture compromise that? What do you think?

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