“The term ikigai is composed of two Japanese words: iki (生き), referring to life, and kai (甲斐), which roughly means ‘the realization of what one expects and hopes for’. Everyone, according to the Japanese, has an ikigai. Finding it requires a deep and often lengthy search of self.” Wikipedia
We probably all strive for that center, the red, passionate and purposeful center from which we can act and are needed in the world, for which we get up in the morning, and even make a living while standing in our highest potential. Once we’ve found that and become rooted in it, we’ve probably also found a precious expression of vitality which can be ongoing on a high level.
Today, Vitality is purpose.