For you: who desires to know if you're on the right path

Updated: Jan 9, 2021

Often I wonder, what it is that I am here to give other people. How would I best serve everyone given my passions, desires, and talents? Personally, despite the amount of self-discovery that I feel that I've had, and how well I think I know myself, I still am not quite certain what that is. I wonder if I am doing it already... and I suppose I am to a certain degree!

Some days, I notice tremendous growth in who I've become as a person as compared to years prior, and some days I've felt that I've been heading the wrong way, going backwards in my development and further away from who I want to become....(and I know that we are all learning and imperfect, and I should be less critical) But I know that I am not alone in this feeling of misdirection or lack of direction... Perhaps sometimes I am alone in my dwelling on whether or not I am going where I want to in life... which isn't particularly healthy, but it has lead to this post that I am sharing with you!

And with that, I would like to encourage myself and others to let go of the desire to know where you're going and have faith that you will get there and appreciate all that you have been given/will be given.

South Africa 2015

This is what I hope to give to you today: a genuine sense of joy/happiness brought by you working through your own thoughts and putting your mind at ease. You don't actually need to know the process of getting where you want to be... Life loves to create what you need in this journey.

So don't sweat it. You're doing your best. They're doing their best. Everything is okay. Carry on and love.

Side note:

***If you find yourself easily frustrated with people around you (sometimes I get in a mood where I do!), just set your focus on the truth that they are doing the best that they can do in their current situation. This allows for a lot of empathy for everything that you don't understand/know about what they are going through and puts you into a more observing frame of mind that allows you to react in a more kind manner. Ultimately, making your day better and relieving your anxiety! It works. Even if you forget about this... Which we are all likely too... It only takes a split moment to remember and instantly change your perspective and mood. I hope you can try it out and let me know how it goes :)***

St. Thomas 2016

Not a very long post on the matter, but the matter is pretty simple really. Love you guys!

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