Purpose includes so much. In fact, it is all-inclusive of every aspect of our life. Because when we are on purpose, we are interacting with the people, places and things that serve our soul’s greater goals in this life. Surrounding ourselves with the people, places and things that inspire, uplift and deepen the spiritual goals our soul created, even before we were born, our energy and time is best utilized because it serves these greater goals.
For example, think of a rubber hose one might use to water rose bushes in a corner of their yard. There is an amount of time and energy, illustrated here as the water, to complete the task of watering the roses. If the rubber hose has holes in it, it leaks, wasting time and energy. It takes more energy and time to accomplish the same goal than it would if it didn’t have leaks. Now think of the time and energy that is wasted or unnecessarily used when you interact with people, places and things that do not serve your soul’s greater goals in this life. It takes more time to fulfill your primary goals, and in some cases goals may not be completed at all, as a result of spending time and energy in places that are not serving your higher life purpose.
I hope this illustration helps to paint a picture because the idea of maximizing our time and energy is possibly the most important concept to aid us in completing our spiritual goals in this life.