Does Every Person Have a Unique Destiny?

Cynthia James shares her unwavering belief in our unique power to find greatness.

I believe every person and organization has a unique destiny, vision and purpose. We are all here because our presence on the planet is essential at this extraordinary time in history.

I believe that opening to a vision creates a synergy that is powerful and dynamic. There is a vibrant mission that is calling us all to higher ground and to more deeply loving and profound experiences.

I believe that each person and organization has a unique capacity to be of service to the community and world at large. Our only job is to uncover our core power, gifts and talents and activate a willingness to serve in expansive ways.

I believe there are no obstacles to our greatness. There has never been an event that defines our future. We have never experience anything that can stop us from soaring into a greater yet to be. The only limitations are created in our thinking. There are exciting experiences awaiting us, the moment we look at life through the lens of infinite possibilities.

I believe that open-hearted communication builds bridges of understanding and expansion. We are all called to commune and to communicate with the intent of breaking down walls of fear and doubt. The heart is intelligent and when we learn to listen and share from the heart space, peace must be the outcome for all….Continue reading at

Cynthia is a transformational specialist and the author of the books What Will Set You Free and Revealing Your Extraordinary Essence.

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Deborah W.
Deborah W5 years ago

There are no mistakes, nothing happens purely by chance ... we are all parts of the one whole, and each plays out his part -- through good or bad choices. We own what is ...

Stanley R.
Stanley R5 years ago

read The Master Key System.

Mary B.
Mary B5 years ago

Personally, I am much more into living a heart centered, simple, mundane life. After all, we will always need way more people to do the ordinary work of keeping the culture thriving and producing high quality service and products than those who think they are destened to do great deeds. Having the bulk of the money supply gravitate to the top does not support real life. We must value ourselves and our ORDINARY lives far more if we want to attract the money back down to the base where it can do the most good.

Teresa Wlosowicz
Teresa W5 years ago


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Jessica K5 years ago

I do believe that it's possible our soul wants to achieve a particular goal. What that is, I don't necessarily know. I don't believe it interferes with free will, but it's very possible there's a highest way of being for each of us if we search for it. How the universe determines this is beyond my comprehension, but I do believe being that we are all connected there's a way that will achieve highest harmony for each of us.

Jonathan Harper
Jonathan Harper5 years ago


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Sheila D5 years ago

Don't know about Destiny, or Fate - have never really believed in it. We have so many twists and turns in our lives, I just can't see destiny choosing which road I take, or avoid; which friend I choose, which one I leave behind. Think I'm more apt to believe Mitchell and his Randomness.

This article, while inspiring some, just doesn't give me inspiration - if Destiny has already chosen, why should I do anything? If I uderstand right, you're saying Destiny will make sure I go where it has preordained me to be. Not logical to a logical mind.

Sue Matheson
Sue Matheson5 years ago


Pat P.
Pat P5 years ago

Who knows?

Heather G: Although being a millionaire is not what it used to be (doesn't include value of home), I don't think you really believe that 90% of our population are millionaires! The estimate, I believe, is closer to around 8-10 million. There may be more, since people often hide/lie about their net worth, but I still think 90% is way off. On the other hand, I believe top management exceeds 60% more than staff. It is more like 100% more than the average worker, and for many CEO's a great deal more. Stats do vary, but I think mine are more realistic.

heather g.
heather g5 years ago

It would be wonderful to live in a world like that....

I don't have the exact stats, but in 1950's bosses earned some 10% higher than their staff.
However in 2013, top management's income has moved up to some 60% higher than their staff.
In 1950, some 5% of the US population were millionaires, in 2013 that figure has gone up to 90% of the population. All the millions of people in the 5% own only 1% of the financial value.