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The 10-Question Test to Verify If You Are Really Living with Purpose

Have you found your purpose in life? Are you sure you did? Here's a 10-question test to confirm if you really are living with purpose. 

  1. Do you prefer staying in bed every morning?
  2. Do you fear failure?
  3. Do you compare your life to those of others?
  4. Do you allow what other people say to influence what you do?
  5. Do you find the weekdays a drag?
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The Insidious Horror in a Teenager's Life

There's something beautiful and poignant when you go see a movie and get something more than entertainment from it. Whether it be a lesson (What The Edge of Tomorrow Made Me Realize) or a sign (How to Attract Synchronicity into Your Life), it's those unexpected moments that add some magic in our lives. It's as if the universe went for a break from its busy schedule to personally say hello to us. 

A few weeks ago, I went to see Insidious: Chapter 3 in a theatre with a friend. I remembered Part 1 but didn't know Part 2 existed. That didn't matter. The movie turned out to be a prequel. That didn't matter too. What mattered was the special message inserted in the movie. I would probably rank Part 1 higher than Part 3 if we went by the scare scenes but I would put Part 3 above Part 1 because of the special message in the film. Who would've thought that in a horror movie I would find something to ponder about, something that touched my soul, and something that rang true for most people on Earth? Not me. Definitely not me.

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#ThinkAboutIt - Do You Have "Work" to Do on a Weekend?

One late afternoon during an impromptu rendezvous with a couple of friends at a coffee shop, the conversation briefly brought up the topic of the weekend. "What are your plans for the upcoming weekend?" one guy asked another and me.

The other guy answered. "I'm hoping to travel somewhere."

"Sounds great," the first guy said before turning to me. "What about you?"

Before I got the chance to reply, the second guy spoke for me without my consent. "He got work to do."

The look on the first guy's face gave away more than what he said next. "Work? Weekend?"

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