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There is a great conditioning on what you are expected to be at a particular place. For example, at the workplace, there are certain expectations from you and thus all your actions and behaviour are directed by or are influenced by your role in the organization. This may result in you developing your vision are per the demand of the job. This cannot be taken as the personalized vision, which could be as different or great as writing a book or working for a social cause or raising your voice against corruption. This kind of vision setting, dependent vision or limited vision, is not preferred by the inner voice. Instead there is a better suggestion. First, you create your own vision or purpose of life, then see who all have a similar vision or purpose, and then find ways to get associated with them or if there is some space with you, associate them with yourself. Then the magic will happen. The spirit will augment and this will make life more than interesting and engaging. For example, the purpose of the Buddha's life was to find the truth of life. He found it. Then since he was all alone, he had a lot of space to associate others, accommodate them in the spreading his vision or purpose. Very soon after his enlightenment, not only did he increased his circle of associates, which were latter called Boddhitsavas, but also established relations with almighty states, nations and kings and maharajas. Such was his vision; such was his purpose. His vision was not a vision given by someone else. Rather he had himself decided to do what he ultimately did. This originality was the hallmark of all what the Buddha did in his life. Since such an authenticity is available for each one of us, there is hardly any room to say, 'I didn't get an opportunity in my life to do something.' The task we have is to find which vision is meant for us and how, what, why, when, where parts of that vision will be taken care off, automatically, by the universe.       


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