'Was nicht man Töd, macht man stärker' ('What does not kill you makes you stronger') — Friedrich Nietzsche
'Finding meaning' in life can be achieved through doing, feeling, thinking or being. Conversely the lack of meaning has been causally linked to a range of physical and psychological illnesses. Your profile here identifies your 'higher purpose' and your specific route to it — both of which have the greatest potential for impacting your life.
The results suggest that for you it is intellectual work and accomplishing something — for example by creating a work and thinking of ways to get a just outcome1. Your chosen path is likely to be about finding meaning through creating some wise work or finding universal truth in life. The emphasis is through the intellectual creation of something or knowledge you gain about universal laws and principles, and if you are religious then it is about helping others to open their minds to the infinite, and you may find the rigorous examination of ethics and contemplating scriptures helpful.
So it might be for you about a journey of Unity2 or the 'way of the yogi' and harnessing mental attention and imagination. It could be about philosophy or theology, and applying principles to make this a more honest society. Some overall sense of meaning is likely to come through better understanding the true nature of life and more complete information about finding meaning can be found from the new book that comprehensively covers both professional and personal meaning; THE SEVEN MOTIVATIONS OF LIFE – Taking your leadership to a higher level.
A lesson for you in your life at the moment might be to learn to deal with conformity and with you not moving forward in life while maintaining your own identity. You can teach others how to discover new paths and be independent2.
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A lesson for you in your life at the moment might be to learn to deal with chaos and a lack of control while changing yourself. You can teach others how to enforce the rules necessary to make things work2.
Reflection: If you died tomorrow what would you most regret either not having done or created, or who would you most have regretted not relating to?
Perhaps 'look at meaning from the other direction' and identify which, if any, of these regrets you might have in the future: