Originally Posted by Matt Willard
I just came off an hour-long session of introspective dwelling. For my entire life, I've always wanted to immerse myself within fantastical worlds, from games of pretend to RPG campaigns and to the forms of comedy I really enjoy. It felt pretty powerful. Could almost feel a tear, but I am, ahem, too manly to shed them.
I'm still letting this emotional surge wash over me. I don't know how long it'll last. But it's strong. Really strong.
For now, the purpose is:
To live within new worlds.
That's great, man. I can feel the power of that (and the emotion behind it) when I read it.
Now, the fun part begins. Now that you have a purpose, now you can think about all the different ways you can fulfill that purpose. What type of job does someone with your purpose do? How does a person entertain themselves? In what ways can you create (and continuously create) your purpose in ways that fulfill you to your core? Let the fun and games begin!
Also, what I do is I kinda keep my "ear to the ground" (so to speak), always in the back of my mind I have a watchful stance for new additions or revisions to my purpose. It's very well likely that that discovery is merely the beginning for you and that there are other avenues of your purpose there. No need to get too introspective with the add-ons, though (unless you want to). Just live the purpose that now inspires you and see if anything else springs out of it.