1. The reason for which something is done or created or for which something exists.
1. Have as one’s intention or objective.”God has allowed suffering, even purposed it.”
I created this blog to chronicle my colon and breast cancer diagnosis and ensuing fight to survive as an opportunity to share my journey not only with family and friends but the community at large.
My quest has introduced me to some incredible doctors, nurses and medical providers, as well as, fellow cancer patients in the WordPress community.
Describing my experiences is one of the best ideas I’ve ever had. Not only is it cathartic, but has enriched my life by opening the door to the examination of my faith, will, hopes and dreams for the future.
Now, that I’m on the survivor end of the cancer struggle, my thoughts are focused more in terms of what I want to do with my life moving forward and how cancer has impacted my choices and decisions.
I consider myself to be a lifelong learner and as a part of my personal growth, I’ve decided to start investigating the possibilities of what my life my hold. I’ve also decided to share my journey of introspection and discovery as I take classes and reflect on ways to live my life on purpose.
I invite you to join in this journey of discovery by taking an online class through the Life Reimagined Institute. Maybe together we can discover our purpose and the endless possibilities.
Discover What’s Next – Living Your Life on Purpose
Instructor: Richard Leider
Purpose is a powerful thing. The simple act of having one can improve your health, reduce your risk of disease and make you happier and more productive. And a purpose-led life isn’t just for the privileged few – it’s for everyone, including you.
In Discover What’s Next: Living Your Life on Purpose, you’ll join Richard Leider, renowned life coach, best-selling author, and thought-leader at Life Reimagined, in exploring how your gifts, passions, and values can guide you toward a greater sense of purpose and bring more joy to your years.