Lost on Purpose
Brandon Evans

I’m a “lost millennial” as you’ve aptly put and I can’t help but wonder how a student like myself could go about finding purpose. While I take time out every week to slow down and practice mindfulness but the path to healing and awakening takes even more time. As a dependent, I feel like I have the responsibility of pursuing the path to success, because I owe my parents so much. In this case, how would you suggest staying “lost” in the face of existing responsibility? I’m not sure if this makes sense and I hope I understood your article as you intended…

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