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What is Your Sentence?

Nov 12, 2019


When anyone mentions the word “sentence”, automatically we all know what it means. Linguistically, a sentence is a group of words that are grammatically linked and meaningfully expresses a statement, question, exclamation, request, command or suggestion. However, as a human being, what is your sentence?

Your sentence as a human being expresses a lot. It expresses who you are, it expresses what you are passionate about, simply put, your purpose! Your sentence as a human being gives you the focus you need and mutes out all the noise that would come your way because you know what you are about and what your purpose is.

When it’s all said and done, you only need the answer to one thing. What are you about? The answer to this highlights your purpose, and in discovering it, you give yourself the chance to inquire, explore and achieve it, leaving an imprint on the world.

As an institution, our facilitators and management took part in a “What is your sentence?” activity inspired by The Patterson Foundation’s “One Sentence Project”, and the response received was not only inspiring but also eye-opening! Here are a few of our staff’s sentences:

  • “Change life, one person at a time"
  • “If you want to succeed in life, find that ONE THING you want to do and do it to perfection.”
  • “I am here only for a moment, so I will make every day count”

We are so happy with the outcome of this exercise and we would like to encourage everyone to do some introspection and find out who they are, what they are about, and living in this world would be more inspirational and have more meaning.

What is Your Sentence?