However, while I often wonder what my purpose in life might be, I know without a doubt what my shadow purpose is. An extension of one Jung’s archetypes, a shadow purpose is simply something that seems like our true purpose but in reality is just a poor copy. A shadow purpose is not inherently bad or evil — it is, in most cases, just a simple yet powerful distraction.
When I tear into a bar of Lava soap, I never cease to be amazed at the beauty and simplicity of these little green bars of manliness.
Then one day a strong gust of wind shakes the tree or some other object applies too much pressure on the trunk, and without warning, an otherwise healthy and mighty looking oak tree comes crashing down.
Why is there a very distinct hierarchy (Taco Cabana, followed by Taco Bueno, followed by Taco Bell, followed by Taco Mayo) among fast food Mexican restaurants? What are the important ideas of my time?