Your Primary Purpose (3 of 11) by Jeff Schreve
This content is part of a series.Your Primary Purpose (3 of 11)
Series: Why on Earth Am I Here?
We‘re here at the Grapevine Mills Mall in Grapevine, Texas. And we are going to be talking to different people at the mall asking them this one question: What is your primary purpose in life?
What do you think your primary purpose in life is?
To get rich.
All right, that‘s a good answer.
To do something good. Make something better.
Okay. Do something good. Make something better.
What do you believe your purpose for life is?
I have no idea what my purpose of life is.
How about you?
My purpose in life is to help her find her purpose in life.
Good answer. Good answer. Thank you. Thank you very much.
I think it‘s just to go ahead and live a good life and go ahead and serve God in all that you do.
How about you, Patrick?
I‘m just going to go ahead and agree with him.
What is your primary purpose in life?
My primary purpose in life is to, ah, to touch as many people as I can.
What’s your primary purpose in life?
I‘m not sure. I really don‘t know right now. I guess it‘s sort of to find it out and accomplish it.
I think my purpose in life is to try to get people to get out of poverty. Okay. You can‘t do that. Good. Basically, I think my main purpose is just to touch people and make a difference in their lives. What would you say your primary purpose for living? I‘m still trying to figure that out. Okay. Is there anything else? No. Stephanie, what is your primary purpose for being on this earth? Ah, I have been asking myself that same question a lot lately. No, really, I have. I really have. And I‘m not sure yet. I‘m just waiting, waiting for an answer Okay. That was a good, honest answer. Thank you.
Well, what a question - your primary purpose in life. Lots of those people didn‘t know. They were honest enough. Some of them were honest enough to say, ?I have no idea what my primary purpose in life is.? You know, ...
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