Life for a Life for Life
Many, if not, practically all of us, have thought about what our goals are and should be in life. There are even some of you who are still struggling with your sense of purpose and goals in this world. When I was much younger, I thought about this briefly until I realized the simple answer: I wanted to live my life for other people. I wanted to impact others and the world in a positive way and make a change for the better. If one were to actually think about it, many of the most valued and difficult careers involve outreach, assistance, and aid to others (teachers, missionaries, doctors, nurses, firefighters, police officers, etc).
This lifestyle of living and working for others is very significant when it comes to leadership. Our leaders should be there for their people and do everything in benefit for them. However, I believe that I am not the only that feels this is sometimes not the case. Should a leader be for themselves or for their people? What does it truly mean to be a leader? These are questions that I indirectly presented to my readers when I wrote Kingdom of the Sun because they pertain so much to our own lives. And so, I wanted my book to be a reflection, and perhaps even a guide, as to what is going on in our world.
I have come realize that each “dead-end” job that I had had reaffirmed my passion because I know that my fire would not be as strong and that Kingdom of the Sun would not have been written if God didn’t put those difficulties and experiences in my life. I may not fully be there yet, but each post I write and each word and theme that I embedded in my book was to inspire you, and touch you, and perhaps even fuel a fire in you as well. You see, I write for you.
“Life for a Life”: Living for someone, a purpose. “For Life”: A way of being and existing, because when I am bettering someone else’s life, it is then that I am alive and truly living.
Peace and Love,