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What is Your Life Purpose?

Yet another study has found that people with a strong purpose in life have less heart disease and are much less likely to die early.

Over the last decade, research into “life’s purpose” as a modifiable lifestyle factor – like exercise, diet, smoking and drinking booze – has bloomed.

In other words, getting a purpose in life is something you can take up – as a preventative health measure – or abandon.

This might smack of “positive psychology” mumbo-jumbo.

But it’s not.

More than mindfulness

It runs a lot deeper than being mindful when washing the dishes – or saying a dozen affirmations before going into a sales meeting.

It’s about coming up with a make-do response to the big unanswerable questions – without having to go through a head-wrecking discussion.

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