Purpose of Life Over a Cup of Tea

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While sitting on my balcony while having a cup of tea, I pondered where my life is leading. I find myself in a place where I can appreciate nature. Simply sitting and earning from home, I feel content today. Is this reality, or am I perhaps appreciating my daily life too much?

Feeling contented with what we have and what we don’t have, I believe, is sufficient for living our lives. However, this doesn’t imply that we shouldn’t strive for more. The key point is that God has created all humans as equals.

The capacity for stress production in different bodies remains consistent. Whether a poor person experiences stress over earning a single meal or a wealthy individual faces the pressure of making $100 million, the quality of stress they encounter remains the same.

Like many people, I have also pondered the purpose of life. This question often arises, particularly during youth when career considerations come to the forefront.

There is no right or wrong answer to this question, but my quest lies in enjoying the journey or process to reach any destination or achieve any goal. It is because all learning comes from the process, and in the journey, the destination is just the reward for your hard work.

The end goal is always a byproduct for a person who doesn’t give up. In every sector or work, a person has to endure daily disappointments, failures, and self-doubt. Patience is put to the test, and once we clear this test, we are ready to receive our reward.

The hustle is about improving your capabilities, while the struggle is to stay in the game and avoid getting out. In cricket terminology, the more time you spend on the pitch, the greater your chances of scoring a century.