Often times, our purpose is born out of our deepest struggles in life. The greatest challenges we experience, whether internally or externally, eventually become our greatest source of knowledge. But to become a master of your own hardship, you have to turn toward it and work through what it has to teach. You have to stand at the base of your highest hills and endure the entire climb before you can ever stand at the top. Maybe that’s what the journey is all about: embracing our struggles, seeing them as teachers, and allowing them to make masters out of us so that we can then lead others through the same process. Your struggles aren’t your enemies but your greatest blessings, here to transform you from student to teacher and give you the greatest gift of all: a purposeful and meaningful existence.