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How to Keep Relationships Alive While Pursuing Purpose Pt 2

I don’t know why I’m being led to release so many episodes about relationships and friendships. God doesn’t reveal all of his thoughts and plans to me. My job is to just be obedient and release the content, so here is the content my friend lol. This episode focuses on how to keep relationships alive from a different perspective.

Oh and if you’re wondering what relationships and friendships have to do with purpose, then I want you to do two things.

  1. Read Mark 2:1-12. These verses detail an incident where four men carried a paralyzed man to see Jesus. Jesus was in a crowded house, but those four men had so much faith in Jesus and were so dedicated to getting the man before Jesus that they picked the paralyzed man up, removed the roof of the house, and lowered the man into the house. After seeing the faith of those men, Jesus told the paralyzed man that his sons were forgiven and to get up and go home. But make sure you read those passages for yourself.
  2. Listen to a prior episode outlining the invisible influence that people close to us have on our lives and detailing how to build the squad you need.

In this episode, I solicited the help of my friends while we were on vacation in Mexico. I asked each of them why they choose to preserve our relationship and the answers they gave were pure gems.

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Keeping Friendships Alive

In this episode we covered…
  • Why we choose to maintain this friendship
  • How to keep relationships alive
  • The perception of only calling when you need something
  • The myth about frequency of communication in relationships
  • The perspective of friendship from the viewpoint of an only child

Want More?

If you enjoyed this episode, then you may also enjoy the first episode of the show about maintaining relationships while pursuing your purpose or this episode detailing how to establish purposeful friendships.

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