By jona bryndis, Jul 23 2019 01:55PM
Most of us perceive our reality as if life is happening to us like a random generator of events. Our future is fuzzy and scary - uncertain at best, which is why we never even explore the possibility that part of our life's purpose is to be in charge of our future. We are so busy coping with our reality constantly pushing into us, challenging our limits, attacking our status quo, controlling our thoughts, inducing emotions and ultimately destroying or aging our bodies, that we never get to realize that a part in us didn't just come here to survive our lives. So, we contend with the belief that our destiny is unknown to us and live our life without having the slightest clue what our mission is.
What is our mission? What gives our life meaning? Job, money, family, fame, likes on instagram? The truth is, most of us simply try to survive our lives hoping that we make it to the last 'level' - whatever that is...
If we were computer generated players in a virtual reality it's be easier, right?! To be fair, most Role Player Games give us at least a clearly defined mission to follow, but we are not just random players in a MMO (Massive Multi Player Online Game). We cannot choose from different characters or have as many lives as we want to. Or do we?