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2. Your Mission, Should you Chose to Accept it


Discover your life’s purpose

Imagine you are an undercover agent sent into Iran. You’ve had years of training in code breaking, martial arts and weaponry, you have developed vital insider contacts within the Iranian government, and are equipped with the latest hi-tech spy gadgetry. Only one thing is lacking: You have no idea what your mission is.

The famous spy series “Mission Impossible” used to always start out with the same opening line: “Your mission, Jim, should you decide to accept it, is . . .”Without knowing your mission, you’re doomed for failure.


The medieval Kabbalist from Sefat Rabbi Isaac Luria, known as the Arizal, writes that every single person is totally unique. Each soul comes into the world to do something specific that only he or she can do. Throughout all of history, there never was and never will be anyone like you. You were designed with a special purpose that you - and only you - can accomplish. If you don’t fulfill your mission, no one else can do it for you. Knowing your purpose in life is the key to living a life of vitality, fulfillment, and joy.


The problem is that many of us go through life without ever asking what our life’s unique purpose is - let alone discovering it.  We follow the road laid out by society: going to school, finding a job, getting married, raising a family, but with no clear sense of the unique mission entrusted to us. Our souls have already accepted their unique mission before coming into this world. It’s our job to find out what it is.

Over the next few weeks we are going to address this question and hopefully present you with the tools to begin to discover who you are and what your unique purpose in life is.

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Rabbi Aryeh Nivin is the founder and director of Machon Ha’adam Hashalem – a personal development Torah network which helps thousands of people around the world find their unique life’s purpose. For more information or to join an upcoming phone chabura, go to www.newchabura.com, call (646) 863-4123, or email newchabura@gmail.com.

A new cycle of Rabbi Nivin’s personal development phone Chaburas for women is starting in Elul (Aug 5thand 6th). Register now for the 3-Class No-Obligation Trial and for a limited time receive a bonus 3 CD Series, “The Jewish Woman’s Introductory Guide to Achieving Vitality” for just $1.00.  For more information go to www.newchabura.com, call (646) 863-4123, or email newchabura@gmail.com.

 
 
 
 

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