“You have come into the world for a purpose—to reclaim your Knowledge, to express your Knowledge and to establish genuine relationships with others. This is your purpose and everyone’s purpose here. Your calling is part of this. Your calling is where your greater work, born of your Knowledge, becomes evident. It is born of your preparation in Knowledge, it is born of your readiness for Knowledge, and it is born of your marriage to Knowledge within yourself. This makes true marriage with others possible.
“Your calling represents a specific set of tasks to be carried out in the world. This represents your life’s work. This cannot be born of your ideas to have any meaning. It must emanate from Knowledge within you. And you must be in a position to accept this—to accept the challenge of it, to accept what you may have to relinquish to receive it and to accept the benefits that it will most surely provide for you.
“You must have purpose in life because purpose is life. If you are committed to your ideas, that will be your purpose. If you are committed to your personal fulfillment, that will be your purpose. If you are committed to conflict, that will your purpose. If you are committed to avoiding painful experiences, that will be your purpose. You cannot be without purpose because you cannot be without meaning. All activity in the world is a search for meaning, which is a search for purpose and ultimately for relationship.”