PurposeBook seeks Funding for Mobile PlatformMac Carpeli, the founding father of PurposeBook, has spent most of his adult career like a professional product developer in food and cosmetic sciences industry. Last year he went back to college to learn computer-programming as a hobby. Since that time, he has successfully created mobile platforms for several key clients. As Director of Applied Technologies for LogicSafari, he certainly knows how to plan the job, then work the plan! Carpeli believes life as busy and filled with distractions. At 48, he has started to really concentrate on his purpose in everyday life. And based on him, it is not the arrival of his purpose that he's announcing around the world, over a declaration that he has steadfastly begun his journey to discover his true purpose. Knowing that, he chose to create PurposeBook as a way of uniting folks their quest for their life's purpose.Late last year, he started to work on a web-based prototype for his concept, but quickly realized that he needed to be focusing on developing a platform for a mobile world. As he headed in that direction at full force, he simply ran from money. http://www.indiegogo.com/PurposeBook?a=568791 || PurposeBookIn late April of 2012, Carpeli chose to post his project on IndieGoGo.com to raise the funds necessary to translate his rough PurposeBook prototype into a completely functional Mobile Platform with both Mobile App and Mobile Site Access from over 600+ mobile devices. His primary system focus is going to be charted for iOS, Android, Windows Phone, RIM and Symbian. There are lots of improvements required to make his PurposeBook concept a reality. His IndieGoGo.com listing can be seen at: http://www.indiegogo.com/PurposeBook?a=568791Carpeli is desperately looking for your help to finish the introduction of PurposeBook. Without your support, his imagine making PurposeBook a reality might not happen. If you arenâ€™t able to help financially, according to him that he's always looking for additional constructive input to produce the best system for any â€śFree-Useâ€ť model. Carpeli goes on to say, â€śI welcome any constructive input you might desire to share with me to help make this project a reality. I would like this to become free for everyone to make use of. I only say this because I just know during my heart that everyone includes a special story to talk about, and that i donâ€™t want money to become barrier to sharing their special story. Other ways you are able to help would be to shoot me your brief and concise recommendations for improving the site. I wish to understand how you might intend on using the site. I'll begin using these tips to plan core modules and wish-list items for all those suggestions which are solid, yet exceed our current project budget. Please help us get the word out and make some noise about ProjectBook.â€ť The impact of your tax assistance and constructive input just might help bring PurposeBook into functional existence, only time will inform.Carpeliâ€™s vision of PurposeBook seems to be associated with a concept of uniting folks their pursuit of their life's purpose. He feels lots of people have a problem with the eternal question, "What is my true purpose in everyday life?" Carpeli asks, â€śMaybe youâ€™ve noticed an unusual trend developing in today's world? People brag about having countless online friends, yet they've never met or befriended their physical next door neighbor. I discovered this odd. I remarked that somehow, technology is at some ways expanding social circles, but additionally creating huge voids in the expanse of physical socialization. I marvel at the isolation this undoubtedly creates. Our world becomes somehow less dependable whenever we digress to the point that people no longer know or take care of our physical nearby neighbors. Everyone has excuses. Many of us are so busy. But after the day, shall we be achieving our purpose in life living in such isolation? In addition to developing a higher feeling of physical community, PurposeBook will make an effort to develop deeper and more meaningful relationships online, by allowing you to share a focused look at your life's journey and purpose with selected others. With PurposeBook, we are able to help rebuild our American neighborhoods one heart-felt connection at a time.â€ť Carpeli confesses that although he is a large fan of Twitter and FaceBook; he feels those forums just doesnâ€™t appear to be the right place to share our deepest emotions. To make the purpose, he shared a personal story of how he found a significant portion of his purpose and concentrate of striving to become a true blessing to everyone he encounters. He admits that that â€śThis is of course harder of computer may appear, because when you become hyper aware of others needs and that you would be the likely solution, it will become whether blessing or burden upon your consciousness. I only say simply follow your heart.â€ť http://www.indiegogo.com/PurposeBook?a=568791 || fundingFor Carpeli, it took a classic homeless man to show his heart a lesson. And the following story he explains to us may be the â€śtipping pointâ€ť that changed his heart and gave him the inspiration to for, â€śPurposeBookâ€ť. Carpeli intimates, â€śDaily I walked past a homeless man as he sat huddled while watching convenience store where I would purchase a sandwich for my lunch. In the beginning, I tried to not look at him. I justified not helping him because surely I figured, he must be considered a drug addict or alcoholic. After weeks of astute observation, I noticed a number of things that began to erode my defenses. I realized that he never asked anyone for money. He always sat quietly and tried to not make eye contact. I never saw him drink or smoke. Every morning he'd sweep the street curbs and sidewalks and clean store windows from the nearby shops. I never saw anyone pay him to do this. He was frail and appeared to be in the mid-seventies. I watched him eat at restaurants of trash cans daily. One day, something compelled me to speak with him. A simple hello in the beginning. The following day, something compelled me to provide him half of my sandwich. He insisted that I was too kind, and thanked me. From that day forward, I started helping him with food. I never gave him money, and that he never inquired about for the money. When I got paid every Friday, I would buy some peanut butter, crackers, tuna fish, fruit and other non-perishable supplies for him so that he wouldn't have to eat at restaurants from the trash can over the past weekend. I had been dating a lady at the time that scoffed at my assistance. She called the man "Eat-Um-Up", because anything someone discarded, he would eat up. Because the winter occur, I noticed my homeless friend looking ill. He'd a fever and bad cough. He wouldn't let me take him towards the hospital. I bought Tylenol and cold medicine and gave him my coat. It had started to snow and that i feared that he wouldn't be able to withstand the cold temperature, icy snow and illness. My heart explained to take him home beside me. I'd a spare bedroom. I convinced myself that my neighbors and girlfriend would belittle me, which it somehow wasn't really necessary. After all, I argued with myself, he'd somehow chosen the life lucrative led. I decided to drive home and retrieve my military survival sleeping bag, wool blankets and tent. It took me over an hour or so to travel the 9 miles to home. The snow was really decreasing. After i opened up, I told my girlfriend things i was doing to help the homeless man. She told me he only agreed to be using me. I informed her that he had never inquired about for anything. She threatened to interrupt up with me basically returned to help the man. I had been young and caved into the pressure. I assured myself that everything would be fine, even though my conscious begged to differ. When I returned to work the following week, my friend â€śEat-Um-Upâ€ť was nowhere to be found. I continued to consider him. I had hoped perhaps that he had went to a shelter, or had decided to go to the hospital for help. About Ten days after his disappearance, I was reading the neighborhood paper after i discovered a story in regards to a local company man that had lost his home improvement store because of family illness. The hardware store had been across from where they built the new 7-11 convenience store. The person, despite the fact that he lost his wife to illness and his business to foreclosure, remained in the region. He believed that his purpose ended up being to tend to the street, sidewalks and windows from the remaining merchants located beside his former business. To remain in the area, he adopted a park bench in front of his former home improvement store like a base of operation. The article was designed in recognition of his community contribution, despite the fact that he was homeless. The article continued to describe how he died within a dumpster trying to seek shelter from the brutal winter storm. I left my girlfriend shortly thereafter; perhaps out of guilt over my inaction, or because she laughed after i confided in her concerning my guilt. Whenever it gets cold outside, I believe of him. I wish I'd have followed my conscious and done what's right. Why is it that we yield to peer pressure and not to that particular quite, compelling voice of compassion that within all of us? Now, you are aware how a classic homeless man taught my heart a lesson and why my goal is to be a blessing to all, regardless of what others think about me. This is why developing PurposeBook is really vital that you me.â€ťCarpeli states when they can raise the necessary funding to create PurposeBook a reality; he hopes that PurposeBook allows its users to achieve out and share their own journey and discovery of their life's special purpose. He feels the free site has got the possibility to alter the hearts of our society, with the opportunity that today's technology now affords us.You can observe some of Mac Carpeliâ€™s intellectual projects and prototypes at: www.LogicSafari.com. A tough prototype for his PurposeBook project can be viewed at www.PurposeBook.org and www.PurposeBook.mobiWhether or not Carpeli will heighten the funding necessary to complete his PurposeBook project is uncertain. What's certain from this reporterâ€™s perspective is the fact that his heart is in the right place.