The moment of destiny

Why do we say a person has fulfilled his or her destiny? The truth is that we can't conclude because destiny is not a one time event. It is a series of assignment that your purpose (what you're wired for) helps you to fulfill.

But one thing is sure, there is/are significant(s) moment of destiny that can stand out in an individual's life.

Let's take a look at the life of Mary, the mother of Jesus, giving birth to Jesus was a moment of destiny, because if that was all she was created for then she should have been dead afterwards.

This moment of destiny is a way in which many great people have left their mark or legacy.

Some significant moments of destiny include political or leadership positions, impact in workplaces, inventions, lottery winnings, etc.

Why am I talking about moments of destiny?
You see, for a person who have not discovered purpose, after a moment of destiny the fellow may be tempted to think that is all about him or her.

In conclusion, you probably have a significant moment of destiny on its way as you read this, but if you haven't discover purpose, you may be tempted to feel like a borrowed vessel.

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