I didn’t wake up one fine day and a purpose flashed before my eyes. It has been a long tedious process of stumbling, and loads of confusion, and a totally weird sense of listlessness before I finally realized what I was cut out for, and for what purpose had God saved my soul when I was 17.
After several heartaches and witnessing weird examples of the so-called ‘successful marriages’, I have deduced that being in God’s will is more important than being married. Marriage is not a box to check off in your success list, it is a blessing that may or may not come in your life depending on your priorities.
Recently, I had the pleasure of being on a podcast that’s meant for single people like myself. It is hosted by David Brühlmann – one of the most purpose-driven people I know. He put together a blog that sums up the interview.
Do check it out – How to find your life’s purpose with Mukti Masih