Whose Life Did I Change?

That’s what I want to know the answer to the day that I die.

Not “How much money did I make?”, “How big was my house?” or “How many hours did I log playing Zelda?”

Now, having money and comfort are important. And, I happen to love video games.

But when it comes down to it, not being able to answer the question of “Whose life did I change?” would scare me.

This is the kind of thing that gives your life purpose.

If you’re feeling a bit down reading this, like, perhaps you’re lacking a little purpose, I have good news for you.

You don’t have to quit your job and join the Navy Seals or start a soup kitchen to develop purpose.

What’s one problem that you’re having, or, that you have solved?

Chances are, someone very close to you is having that problem too.

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