Desire is something that we want, but don’t fully understand the purpose of. It’s something that doesn’t have a deeper meaning to it and can change with time. Our desires are usually related to our needs or wants, but they don’t always bring us closer to happiness or success. It can be good at times but bad in other situations. Purpose is something that has a deeper meaning to it; it’s something we want because we know its true value and what it will make us achieve in life. It rarely changes with time and remains as one thing throughout our entire life.
Purpose is something that has a deeper meaning to it.
Purpose is something that has a deeper meaning to it. A purpose can be something you do for yourself or for others, but it’s something that makes you feel good about your life. For example, if your purpose is to become a famous musician and make lots of money from playing the guitar, then you might not be very happy if you don’t achieve your goal.
On the other hand, if your desire is just to play guitar in front of an audience once every few years and get paid $1 per performance (or nothing at all), then this would probably satisfy most people who have no interest in becoming famous musicians themselves.
Desire is something we want but don’t fully understand the purpose of.
The difference between desire and purpose is that desire is something you want but don’t fully understand the purpose of.
For example, imagine you are looking at a new car. You desire the car and go to your local dealership to buy it, but then realize there’s no place to put your groceries while driving home from work. Your desire was not fully realized because it didn’t take into account the real reasons for wanting a new car in the first place; you just wanted something new!
On the other hand, if we look at purpose as our motivation for doing something, then tasks like taking out the garbage or washing clothes can become more fulfilling when we see them as necessary parts of keeping our lives organized and running smoothly–important parts of living life on purpose instead of just existing until death comes knocking on our door without any warning (or preparation).
Desires can be good or bad and they change with time.
Desires can be good or bad and they change with time. They are related to our needs and wants, but they are temporary and not stable.
Purposes rarely change with time. They’re deeply related to us and our self-development.
Desires are what we want in the present moment, but since they’re not always connected to us or our values, they change with time. Your desire for ice cream might go away if you become vegan. Your reasons for wanting it will shift as well: one day you might want ice cream because it feels good; another day you’ll want it because it reminds you of your mom (you know who she is).
Your purpose, on the other hand, is something that has a much deeper meaning to you and your self-
development—it’s not something that changes with time or experience. It’s deeply related to who we are as people and how we want others see us as human’s beings too!
We rarely spend time on discovering our purpose, while we spend most of our time and energy in chasing desires.
We rarely spend time on discovering our purpose, while we spend most of our time and energy in chasing
desires. In fact, this is the default setting for most of us. We don’t know what we really want or what our true purpose is.
The reason why many people get distracted by desires is that they never make a conscious decision whether they want it or not. They simply indulge the desire without thinking about it first, which is why many desires turn into addictions later on in life because they don’t have a clear vision of how things should be for them to feel happy and fulfilled in life (or even worse problems arise).
Desires make us lose track of the true purpose in life.
When we focus on our desires, we lose track of the real purpose in life. We begin to see them as more important than our true purpose, which is to serve God and others. Desires are short-term and may involve material things or personal goals, but if you get what you want quickly enough, it’s likely that your desire will be replaced with another one soon after.
On the other hand, when you focus on fulfilling your true purpose, patience will become a virtue instead of an annoyance—you’ll have time to wait for God’s timing because He knows what’s best for both yourself and others around you
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So, here is the take away: Stop chasing desires and start living with purpose.