It is nature that gives us immediate clues that we were born for some purpose greater than we might realize and that purpose contains our personal mission where we derive our greatest satisfaction in life.
Bees were born to extract nectar from flowers and take it back to their hive to satisfy the Queen Bee. This is the mission they were born for, a mission that makes sweet honey. Their higher purpose is to cross pollinate so flowers blossom and can fulfill their purpose. While bees are not considered to be cognoscente of this purpose, they carry it out all day every day.
Everywhere in nature you will see the demonstration of creation carrying out their mission and fulfilling their purpose as they go along. Everything in creation has a purpose and that would include the human bee-ing – You and me. We also have a mission that when we fulfill it on a daily basis we create sweet honey in our lives and in the lives of others.
Unlike the bee, though, we have a complex construction of a brain, mind, consciousness, unconsciousness, sub consciousness, super consciousness and ego. We also have a complex social structure that over the ages has not focused our minds on what it is we were born for on the highest level. We ask the question of our young “what do you want to be when you grow up”, rather than “what have you come into this world to do”, “what’s your purpose for being here?” All these elements can get in the way of us discovering the Bee that we Be, knowing the exact reason we are here and what sweet honey it is we offer to the world.
And so the human is able to construct all manner of illusions, diversions, reasons for their existence even having no reason at all. Yet throughout our life, we receive many messages from our soul about the exact nature of our purpose and mission. We just aren’t listening in a meaningful way.
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