The purpose of our lives is to develop our true self, and personal enrichment. Every Human Being, in fact, every living thing, has an inalienable right to all the development to which it is capable.
A Human Being’s right to life implies a right to have the free and unrestricted access to all the things which may be necessary to assist in the realization of their fullest potential, mentally, spiritually, and physically. In other words, every human being has the right to be prosperous, and enjoy everything that life has to offer.
There are three major motivations for our lives: We live for our body, we live for our mind, and we live for our soul. These three aspects are very distinct from each other, as well as very interdependent.
Living for the Body
Living for the body requires adequate food, water, comfortable clothing and shelter, as well as the proper work for our personality and body type. Recreation and rest are also very important to our physical well-being.
Living for the Mind
Living for the mind implies access to thought provoking and self improving reading material, the opportunity for intellectual observation and analysis, for appreciating works of art, music, travel and beauty. The human mind needs the freedom for creative thought, and to manifest dreams into reality.
Living for the Soul
Living for the soul means that one has the capacity for love, and the ability to contribute to the world. It is difficult for us to play the role of son, daughter, father, mother, brother, or sister if we do not have enough abundance to share. Ingrained into the concept of love, is the concept of giving. The satisfaction one feels from a spontaneous gesture of giving is worth a fortune. It is important to make a meaningful contribution to those around us, to the people who have not been as fortunate as us. Such a contribution need not take a whole lot of money, even a small contribution can make a difference in someone’s life, and can provide immense satisfaction to the giver.